1. Not having a sharp edge or point.
2. Blunted in responsiveness or sensibility.
3. Lacking in liveliness or animation.
4. Not clear and resonant; sounding as if striking with or against something relatively soft; SYN. thudding, thumping.
5. (Of business) Not active or brisk; SYN. slow, sluggish.
6. Not keenly felt.
7. (Of color) Very low in saturation; highly diluted.
8. Being or made softer or less loud or clear; SYN. muffled, muted, softened.
9. Darkened with overcast; SYN. gray, grey, leaden.
10. Emitting or reflecting very little light.
1. Idyllically calm and peaceful; suggesting happy tranquillity.
2. Joyful and carefree.
Moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme
Making no sound.
1. Not disturbed by strife or turmoil or war
2. Untroubled by conflict, agitation, or commotion; quiet, tranquil
3. Of or relating to a state or time of peace
4. Devoid of violence or force
ETYM Latin placidus, originally, pleasing, mild, from placere to please: cf. French placide. Related to Please.
1. Free from disturbance; SYN. quiet, still, tranquil, unruffled.
2. Without untoward incident or disruption; SYN. quiet.
ETYM Latin quiescens, -entis, p. pr. of quiescere: cf. French quiescent. Related to Quiesce.
1. Being quiet or still or inactive.
2. Causing no symptoms.
3. Marked by a state of tranquil repose.
4. Not active or activated.
5. Resting; dormant.
1. Free of noise or uproar; or making little if any sound.
2. Characterized by an absence or near absence of agitation or activity.
3. Not showy or obtrusive; SYN. restrained.
4. (Astronomy; of the sun) Characterized by a low level of surface phenomena like sun spots e.g.
1. Being at rest; quiet.
2. Giving rest; freeing from toil, trouble, etc.
ETYM Latin silens, -entis, p. pr. of silere to be silent; akin to Goth. ana-silan.
1. Marked by absence of sound; SYN. soundless, still.
2. Having a frequency below or above the range of human audibility.
3. Not made to sound; SYN. unsounded.
4. (Of film) Having no spoken dialogue and usually no soundtrack.
1. Lacking in hardness relatively or comparatively.
2. Metaphorically soft
3. Of sound; relatively low in volume
4. Of speech sounds; characterized by a hissing or hushing sound (as 's' and 'sh').
Done by stealth; accomplished clandestinely; unperceived; secret; furtive; sly.
1. Free from noticeable current
2. Not sparkling; SYN. noneffervescent.
3. Used of pictures; of a single or static photograph not presented so as to create the illusion of motion; or representing objects not capable of motion
(Poetic) Still or calm
1. One of the four basic taste sensations; very pleasant; like the taste of sugar or honey.
2. Not having a salty taste; SYN. unsalty.
3. Having a pleasant taste (as of sugar).
4. Pleasing to the senses.
5. (Used of wines) Having a sweet taste.
ETYM Latin tacitus, p. p. of tacere to be silent, to pass over in silence; akin to Goth. thahan to be silent, Icel. thegja, Old High Germ. dagęn: cf. French tacite. Related to Reticent.
Done or made in silence; implied, but not expressed.
Silent; unspoken; merely implied.
ETYM Latin taciturnus: cf. French taciturne. Related to Tacit.
Habitually reserved and uncommunicative.
Not assuming; not arrogant or presuming; humble; modest; retiring
1. Free from turmoil or worries
2. Not beset by troubles or disturbance or distress
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Sinonimi: long whist | short whist
ETYM From Whist, interj.
A card game for four players who form two partnerships; a pack of 52 cards is dealt and each side scores one point for each trick it takes in excess of six; SYN. long whist, short whist.
Card game for four, predecessor of bridge, in which the partners try to win a majority of the 13 tricks (the highest card played being the winner of the trick).
1. Not expressed in or accompanied by words
2. Silent, speechless