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What do you call someone who is quiet?

silent, hushed, inaudible, low, noiseless, peaceful, soft, soundless. calm, mild, peaceful, placid, restful, serene, smooth, tranquil. undisturbed, isolated, private, secluded, sequestered, unfrequented.

Elation is more than mere happiness — it is extreme, exhilarating joy.

Q. What is another word for together?

In this page you can discover 72 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for together, like: in unison, unitedly, as one, in one breath, collectively, with-one-voice, accompanied, unison, go, all-together and commonly.

Q. How do you describe a peaceful person?

The definition of peaceful is someone or something that is calm, non-violent or friendly. An example of peaceful is a person in deep meditation. An example of peaceful is a quiet protest.

Q. What is a fancy word for quiet?

Reticent means either quiet or restrained.

Q. What type of word is quiet?

The versatile quiet, which can be a noun, adjective, or verb (to quiet others), is one of those words that is best understood through its antonyms — loud or hectic.

Q. How do you say very quiet?

  1. hushed,
  2. muted,
  3. noiseless,
  4. quieted,
  5. silent,
  6. soundless,
  7. still,
  8. stilly.

Q. What animal is quiet?

A fish is the quietest animal in the world. Other quiet animals are: owls, sloths, octopuses, beavers or house cats.

Q. How do you describe a quiet person?

An introvert is often thought of as a quiet, reserved, and thoughtful individual. They don’t seek out special attention or social engagements, as these events can leave introverts feeling exhausted and drained. Introverts are the opposite of extroverts. Extroverts are often described as the life of a party.

Q. What quiet means?

free from disturbance or tumult; tranquil; peaceful: a quiet life. being at rest. refraining or free from activity, especially busy or vigorous activity: a quiet Sunday afternoon. making no disturbance or trouble; not turbulent; peaceable: The factions remained quiet for twenty years.

Q. Does quiet mean shy?

The key difference between shy and quiet is that shy means being nervous or timid in the company of others whereas quiet means not doing much talk and being calm. Most people often tend to think that shyness and quietness are the same, but this is not so.

Q. What can I say instead of shut up?

Synonyms of ‘shut up

  • hush.
  • button it (slang)
  • pipe down (slang) Just pipe down and I’ll tell you what I want.
  • put a sock in it (British, slang)
  • keep your trap shut (slang)
  • cut the cackle (informal)
  • button your lip (slang)

Q. Is frickin a bad word?

Yes, “fricking” or “freaking” are basically milder substitutes for the “F-word“. They are thus LESS offensive than that word. But this does not make them inoffensive. Listeners will generally assume that you were considering using the more vulgar word but substituted this milder alternative.

Q. Can a teacher tell a student to shut up?

No. They’re not supposed to yell “shut up.” It’s also not a big deal. Your teacher is not going to be disciplined or terminated for this unless you have a very irresponsible or retaliatory administration.

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