Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Stillness"

El significado de "Stillness" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa audible stillness?
A: It means things are so still you notice even sounds have stopped moving. It’s not literal meaning but more of an exaggeration of stillness by using another sense to add to feeling of being there with the writer.
Q: ¿Qué significa a such unmoved stillness and sadness?
A: It just means that she didn't move at all (she was very still) and seemed sad.
Q: ¿Qué significa stillness?
A: To be still, (not moving) or metaphorically a still mind, calm could also work here

Ejemplos de oración usando "Stillness"

Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con stillness .
A: •He sat in stillness, scared of being caught.
•My stillness and steadiness impressed my coach.
•there was stillness in the trees leaves.
•they were in perfect stillness
•her stillness could use some work
Q: Por favor muéstrame oraciones como ejemplos con stillness.
A: @Ri-na After the storm there was a sudden stillness.

There was an eerie stillness on the penguin pond.

I like the stillness and quiet of the countryside.

Palabras similares a "Stillness" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre stillness y quietude ?
A: Quietude is very antiquated. I would not use it in a normal conversation. It sounds more poetic. Stillness is much more common
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre stillness y quietness ?
A: “Quietness” and “stillness” are both nouns, and I wouldn’t say they’re used very often. In particular, the adjective “quiet” is often used as a noun in place of “quietness”. For example, it sounds more natural to say “I like the quiet” than to say “I like the quietNESS”. However, you would never say “I like the still”, although I don’t often hear “stillness” much either. In addition, “Quietness” usually means audibly, so there aren’t any loud noises. “Stillness” means it’s quiet, but also usually that nothing is moving. For example, saying “the water is still” means that the water (typically in a lake) isn’t wavy and nothing is moving. There aren’t any ripples or loud noises. You could say “the water is quiet”, but I think “the water is still” is more common. Both sound natural, though.
Another example is if you’re in a forest, you could say “the forest is quiet” or “the forest is still”, although the former sounds more natural. These two phrases are pretty much interchangeable, with both meaning that there aren’t any loud noises or sudden movements in the forest.
That’s basically the difference. The words “stillness” and “quietness” aren’t used very often, but the adjectives “still” and “quiet” are. I can elaborate on the difference between those adjectives if you want, but this response is already pretty long.

Otras preguntas sobre "Stillness"

Q: ¿Esto suena natural? I'I enjoying the stillness of this pub before rush.
A: You would say "I'll enjoy the stillness of this pub before the rush"

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