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King James Dictionary
QUI'ET, a. L. quietus.
1. Still being in a state of rest now moving. Judges 16 .
2. Still free from alarm or disturbance unmolested as a quiet life.
In his days the land was quiet ten years. 2 Chronicles 14 .
3. Peaceable not turbulent not giving offense not exciting controversy, disorder or trouble mild meek contented.
The ornament of a meek and quiet spirit. 1 Peter 3 .
1 Thessalonians 4 .
4. Calm not agitated by wind as a quiet sea or atmosphere.
5. Smooth unruffled.
6. Undisturbed unmolested as the quiet possession or enjoyment of an estate.
7. Not crying not restless as a quiet child.
QUI'ET, n. L. quies.
1. Rest repose stillness the state of a thing not in motion.
2. Tranquility freedom from disturbance or alarm or political repose. Our country enjoys quiet.
3. Peace security. Judges 18 .
1. To stop motion to still to reduce to a state of rest as, to quiet corporeal motion.
2. To calm to appease to pacify to lull to tranquilize as, to quiet the soul when agitated to quiet the passions to quiet the clamors of a nation to quiet the disorders of a city or town.
3. To allay to suppress as, to quiet pain or grief.
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