Examples of quietude in a Sentence
after his tantrum, the toddler lapsed into an exhausted quietude and fell asleep
the quietude of the early morning was broken only by the occasional chirping of birds
Recent Examples of quietude from the Web
What did surprise me was amount of ride comfort and quietude that accompanied that rough riding.
Soon after, laws that banned occupational noises, preventing people from working for a living in order to protect the quietude, appeared in Boston; Little Rock, Arkansas; San Francisco; and elsewhere.
In the first of two sets at the Sinclair on Wednesday, Batiste, playing solo, delivered plenty of energy, but there was also quietude and nuanced expression to go along with his virtuoso chops and capacious personality.
The new Equinox’s significantly improved torsional rigidity translates into a very solid feel, not to mention the quietude and handling aplomb that solidity enhances.
Despite a strong cast, striking locations and slick digital effects, the overlong movie lurches from chase to battle to soul-searching quietude - and back again.
But most attractive is the sheer quietude, punctuated by the occasional duck squawk.
Despite a strong cast, striking locations and slick digital effects, the overlong movie lurches from chase to battle to soul-searching quietude and then back again in frustratingly generic action-movie style.
Few franchises are as deeply beloved and obsessed over as Star Wars, which forces its actors to adhere to a strict code of monk-like quietude.
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QUIETUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of quietude for English Language Learners
: the state of being quiet or calm
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