Examples of quiescence in a Sentence
the resort community's social scene is lively during the summer but undergoes a deep quiescence during the long winter
was struck by the elk's quiescence as it just stood there in the clearing
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This is straining a 60-year-old covenant, under which the regime provides security, free public services and a tolerable standard of living in return for its people’s quiescence.
But over the next eight years, as solar activity built to a peak and then regressed back toward quiescence, the sun emitted no high-energy gamma rays at all.
But in the meantime Trump’s party is giving every impression of quiescence.
The resulting public quiescence can make the status quo seem permanent.
Institutions famed for their trading prowess, such as Goldman Sachs, have seen profits dented by the quiescence of the markets.
But his quiescence on the violence in Charlottesville has had, in many ways, a more profound and unsettling effect.
The composer’s 1947 score, for a Merce Cunningham ballet, depicts the seasons winter through fall as quiescence, creation, preservation and destruction (a Prelude to Winter brings it full circle).
After a period of relative quiescence, the machine is back on full throttle.
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