Quotes: Silence, Quiet

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1. Making no noise or sound; especially, no disturbing sound.
2. Free, or comparatively free, from noise.
3. Restrained in speech, manner, etc.; saying little.
4. Free from disturbance or tumult; tranquil; peaceful.
silence, silencing, silenced
1. The condition or quality of being or keeping still and silent.
2. The absence of sound; a period of time without speech or noise.
3. Refusal or failure to speak out.
4. The absence or omission of mention, comment, or expressed concern.
5. Concealment; secrecy.
6. To keep from expression, for example by threats or pressure.
7. Etymology: From Old French, silence, "absence of sound"; from Latin silentium, "being silent" from silens and silere, "to be quiet" or "to be still".


Silence is a great substitute for brains.

Silence is a great substitute for intelligence.

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