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Spell check of hush

Correct spelling: hush

whitewash, silence, cool, quietness, reconcile, keep mum, quieten, quell, moderate, hide, windlessness, lock away, cheer up, motionlessness, tranquilize, hush up, squelch, turn over to, tranquillity, cover, noiseless, quietude, quiet, tranquillise, subdue, assuage, placate, calm, gloss over, pacify, show, compose, muteness, peace, noiselessness, soften, button up, repress, soft, shut up, relieve, peacefulness, camouflage, black out, shush, dumbness, soundlessness, lock up, dry up, inaudible, restraint, stilly, screen, be quiet, allay, console, lock, strangle, cloak, shut away, muffle, disguise, lifelessness, quiet down, stifle, inaudibility, veil, sereneness, ease, bury, close up, clam up, lull, sounds, silent, put away, appease, tranquillize, belt up, gag, burke, ban, sit on, choke, shroud, stillness, take it easy, conceal, distillery, restfulness, MYOB, censor, hold back, sleek over, soundless, throttle, conciliate, comfort, sh, hushed, sign off, calmness, blind, quiescent, still, quench, suppress, stop, ebb, smooth, pipe down, calm down, quiesce, mute, obscure, repose, smother, lock in, stabilize, defuse, serenity, mollify, dummy up, never mind, placidity, soothe, enshroud, hold down, mask, falter.

clamor, rattle, babel, chatter, turmoil, hurly-burly, noise, pandemonium, uproar, clangor, bustle, cacophony, commotion, racket, sound, unrest, tumult, louden, unquietness, din, blare, roar, bluster, hubbub.

Examples of usage:

1) I think it better to hush the whole affair. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) Hush, Betty, some one will hear you. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) He may have-" " Hush, dearest. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.