With little or no sound; denoting absence of disturbing noise. (adjective)
Having little motion or activity; calm. (adjective)
Not busy, of low quantity. (adjective)
Not talking much or not talking loudly; reserved. (adjective)
To become quiet, silent, still, tranquil, calm. (verb)
To cause someone to become quiet. (verb)
The absence of sound; quietness. (noun)
the absence of movement; stillness, tranquility (noun)
Examples of word quiet
If one goes from place to place in search of the quiet spot for sleep, he may finally find _quiet itself_ oppressive, or worse yet, may be kept awake by hearing his own circulation, from which escape is out of the question.
WHEN the French Communists were raising Cain in Europe they doubtless thought their idea was practically new, but thousands of years before they bore the red banner through the streets of Paris the American Indians were living quiet and peaceful communal lives on this continent; when I use the words _quiet_ and _peaceful_, I, of course, mean as regards their own particular commune and not taking into account their attitude toward their neighbors.
We use the term quiet manner: it should be qualified with the phrase, quiet manner for him.
"How much extra to keep this matter of the title quiet -- as long as I live?"
I said in my introductions activity I used the term quiet, which are often used.