Synonyms for Quiet:


all (adjective)
calm (adjective)
collected, easygoing, even-tempered, placid, serene, undisturbed, unruffled, calm, composed, cool, mild, moderate, pacific, peaceful, relaxed, sedate, still, tranquil.
calm, peaceful (adjective)
collected, fixed, gentle, halcyon, inactive, level, meek, mild, motionless, pacific, placid, restful, retired, sedate, serene, smooth, stagnant, tranquil, undisturbed, unruffled, untroubled.
dumb (adjective)
humble (adjective)
inactive (adjective)
somnolent, quiescent.
inert (adjective)
insensitive (adjective)
mild (adjective)
amiable, benevolent, benign, broad-minded, charitable, clement, cordial, even, forbearing, genial, insipid, kind, lax, lenient, liberal, libertarian, meek, mild, open-minded, peaceable, peaceful, permissive, sweet, tender, tolerant, gentle, moderate, soft.
moderate (adjective)
alleviated, composed, easy, gentle, innocuous, pacific, relaxed, restrained, soft, soothing, subdued, temperate, tranquil, calm, cool, moderate.
motionless (adjective)
becalmed, dead, dormant, fixed, idle, immobile, inactive, inert, languid, motionless, sleeping, stagnant, standing, static, stationary, unmoving, vegetative, Resting, calm, level, still, tranquil.
peaceful (adjective)
friendly, halcyon, idyllic, neutral, orderly, pastoral, quiescent, reposeful, non-aggressive, calm, pacific, peaceful, placid, serene, tranquil, untroubled, Resting.
resting (adjective)
restrained (adjective)
silent (adjective)
dumb, hushed, inaudible, mum, mute, noiseless, silent, soundless, Lulled, close, low, reserved, speechless, still, taciturn, uncommunicative, unexpressed, unuttered, tight-lipped, close-mouthed.
simple, unobtrusive (adjective)
modest, plain, restrained, sober, subdued, tasteful, unpretentious, Inobtrusive.
taciturn (adjective)
tightlipped (adjective)
uncommunicative (adjective)
well-behaved (adjective)
without or with little sound (adjective)
close, dumb, hushed, inaudible, low, mute, muted, noiseless, peaceful, quiescent, reserved, silent, soft, soundless, speechless, still, taciturn, uncommunicative, unexpressed, unuttered, tight-lipped, close-mouthed.


all (adverb)


acutely, affective, basic, bitter, blind, burning, casual, deep, deep-seated, depth. ameliorate, excite, gratify, irritate, palliate, reassure, satisfy, slacken, sober, talk down, put someone at (their) ease, put/set someone's mind at ease/at rest. answer, available, check, choke off, clear, confound, confute, cut short, dampen, floor, free, gag, insulate, muzzle, off-duty, preclude, refute, repress, ring, slack, sleepy, smother, sound, stifle, stop, suppress, tone down, underemployed, break in. cozy, low, small, somnolent, whispery. brief, concise, economical, laconic, monosyllabic, plain, succinct, tasteful, terse, unobtrusive, Inobtrusive. block out, drown, cut out. hiatus, highlight, leisure, low gear, slowdown. light, monotone. quiet as a mouse, you could hear a pin drop. calm (noun)
calmness, composure, equanimity, patience, peacefulness, placidity, poise, stillness.
calmness, silence (noun)
calm, ease, hush, lull, noiselessness, peace, quietness, repose, rest, serenity, soundlessness, stillness, stop, tranquillity.
inactivity (noun)
leisure (noun)
moderation (noun)
alleviation, calming, composition, gentleness, moderation, pacification, restraint, softness, temperateness.
peace (noun)
accord, amity, armistice, cease-fire, concord, friendliness, neutrality, nonaggression, nonresistance, order, orderliness, peace, placidness, quiescence, quietness, repose, rest, serenity, tranquility, truce.
quiet (noun)
calm, calm down, catlike, dreamy, hush, hushed, lull, muted, noiseless, pipe down, placid, placidity, quiesce, quiescent, quiet down, quieten, quietly, relaxing, repose, reposeful, restful, restrained, serenity, silence, silent, slumberous, slumbrous, soft, soundless, still, stilly, subdued, tiptoe, tranquil, tranquility, tranquilize, tranquillise, tranquillity, tranquillize, uneventful, unostentatious, unpretentious, unruffled, untroubled.
repose (noun)
silence (noun)
dumbness, inaudibility, muteness, noiselessness, soundlessness.
state (noun)
temperance (noun)
unostentatious (noun)
modest, unobtrusive.


calm (verb)
allay, appease, assuage, console, lull, placate, quell, sedate, still.
make silent, calm (verb)
allay, ameliorate, appease, assuage, becalm, calm down, compose, console, gag, gratify, moderate, mollify, muffle, muzzle, pacify, palliate, quieten, reconcile, relax, satisfy, settle, shush, silence, slack, soften, soothe, subdue, tranquilize.
moderate (verb)
abate, alleviate, calm, compose, cool, ease, moderate, pacify, relax, restrain, soften, soothe, subdue, tranquilize.
pacify (verb)
conciliate, defuse, ebb, hush, mollify, reconcile, relieve, smooth, stabilize.
quiet (verb)
deaden, dull, low, muffle, silence, turn down.
rest (verb)
becalm, fix, pause, settle, settle down, sleep, slumber, stagnate, stand, stay, subside, vegetate, wait, mark time.
silence (verb)
soothe (verb)

Other synonyms:

concise, laconic, off-duty, sleepy, somnolent, succinct, underemployed, Inobtrusive, whispery. available, cozy, gag, leisure, low gear, modest, monosyllabic, muzzle, slowdown, untroubled. monotone, unobtrusive. drown, economical, slack. tasteful. brief, free. highlight, small. light. calm
taciturn, uncommunicative.
choke off, shush.
soothe, soothing.
Other relevant words:
pipe down, quiet down, quieten, stilly, tranquillity, unobtrusive, untroubled.

Usage examples for quiet

  1. " But this won't keep quiet – Guy Garrick by Arthur B. Reeve
  2. Just you keep quiet old man, and you shall get out too. – Best Russian Short Stories by Various
  3. If you like, suppose we have a long, quiet talk some day alone. – The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest by Margaret Vandercook