still

I
(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
adj. silent, quiet, hushed; calm, peaceful, tranquil; motionless, at rest, stationary. See silence.Ant., active, in motion, agitated. —adv. yet, nevertheless. See compensation.
II
(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [Silent]
Syn. calm, tranquil, noiseless; see quiet 2 .
2. [Yet]
Syn. nevertheless, furthermore, however; see besides , but 1 , yet 1 .
III
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
I
n.
silence, quiet, hush, peace, tranquility, serenity, calm, motionlessness.
ANT.: racket, noise, bustle
II
v.
silence, hush, quiet, shut up, muzzle, subdue, calm, becalm, soften, tranquilize, pacify.
ANT.: amplify, intensify, agitate
III
a.
1. silent quiet, hushed, noiseless, soundless, peaceful, tranquil, serene, *quiet as a mausoleum, *quiet as the grave, *silent as the vacuum of space, mute, subdued.
2. motionless becalmed, lifeless, static, unmoving, inert, dormant, idle, quiescent, dead.
ANT.: 1. noisy, uproarious, loud, deafening. 2. bustling, active, busy
IV
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I adjective 1. Marked by, done with, or making no sound or noise: hushed, noiseless, quiet, silent, soundless, stilly. Archaic: hush. See SOUNDS. 2. Not moving: immobile, motionless, stationary, stock-still, unmoving. See MOVE. 3. Motionless and undisturbed: calm, halcyon, peaceful, placid, quiet, serene, stilly, tranquil, untroubled. See CALM. 4. Marked by an absence of circulating air: airless, breathless, breezeless, windless. See BREATH. II noun The absence of sound or noise: hush, noiselessness, quiet, quietness, silence, soundlessness, stillness. See SOUNDS. III adverb 1. In addition: additionally, also, besides, further, furthermore, item, likewise, more, moreover, too, yet. Idioms: as well, to boot. See INCREASE. 2. To a more extreme degree: even1, yet. See BIG. 3. In spite of a preceding event or consideration: all the same, however, nevertheless, nonetheless, yet. Informal: still and all. Idiom: be that as it may. See AFFIRM. IV verb 1. To cause to become silent: hush, quiet, quieten, shush, shut up, silence. See SOUNDS. 2. To make or become calm: allay, balm, becalm, calm (down), lull, quiet, settle, tranquilize. See CALM.

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