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8 thoughts on “ Silently

  1. a creature, variously described as a serpent, lizard, or dragon, said to kill by its breath or look. place or source of origin. a person's area of skill, knowledge, authority, or work. TAKE THE QUIZ TO FIND OUT.
  2. Translate Silently. See 3 authoritative translations of Silently in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
  3. Silently pronounce Silently screaming out loud the film ran silently on and on to read silently Whether they are reading aloud or silently alternately silently captivated - English Only forum Autumn silently enjoyed the view of the forest - English Only forum drive silently/quietly - English Only forum He studied in his room silently this morning.
  4. Study showed that COVID may affect one's central nervous system Anxiety, depression are among the signs that reveal the virus affects the said system The olfactory tract is the gateway to the.
  5. Like this video? Subscribe to our free daily email and get a new idiom video every day! (as) silent as the dead Totally silent, especially as produces an ominous or foreboding effect. I knew something was wrong when I walked into the meeting room and all the members of the board were silent as the dead. I hate staying in my grandma's house. It gets as.
  6. 9 synonyms and near synonyms of silently from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 12 antonyms and near antonyms. Find another word for silently. Silently: as in soundlessly, inaudibly.
  7. adverb 1. quietly, in silence, soundlessly, noiselessly, inaudibly, without a sound as silently as a mouse 2. mutely, dumbly, in silence, wordlessly, speechlessly, reticently, uncommunicatively, unspeakingly He could no longer stand by silently while these rumours persisted.
  8. A Charter 08 co-author in the northern Chinese city of Taiyuan who declined to be named, said that many people still remember Liu silently in China. "I don’t know much about Liu Xiaobo," the man.

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