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Spell check of silence

Correct spelling: silence

Synonyms:
mutism, nowheresville, deadness, muffle, privacy, noiselessness, soundlessness, shut up, still, secrecy, close up, repose, voicelessness, lock, calm, deafness, hush up, secretiveness, words, nowhere, clam up, put away, allay, lock in, deaf-mute, gloss over, shut away, serenity, concealment, dummy up, whitewash, sleek over, belt up, tranquility, dull, sounds, tranquillity, button up, placidity, speechlessness, namelessness, facelessness, stillness, relieve, flatness, hush, lull, anonymity, dumbness, taciturnity, tranquillise, closeness, pipe down, be quiet, ease, turn down, tranquillize, lock away, reticence, shush, quieten, quiesce, quietude, tranquilize, loquacity, mute, lock up, inaudibility, quietness, deaden, reserve, quiet down, wordlessness, privateness, censorship, muteness, dullness, noise, din, quiet, calm down, keep mum.

Antonyms:
eloquence, clangor, babel, prestige, name, renown, chatter, verboseness, popularity, loquaciousness, favor, noise, preeminence, fluency, cacophony, recognition, superstardom, hubbub, adoration, tumult, eminence, kudos, rattle, note, chattiness, rep, bluster, glory, communication, clamor, sound, position, volubility, standing, mark, blare, character, talkativeness, idolization, notoriety, stature, uproar, louden, celebrity, prominence, roar, rank, loquacity, acclaim, din, distinction, garrulousness, reputation, windiness, illustriousness, wordiness, praise, importance, cachet, significance, report, repute, fame, racket, greatness, acknowledgment, honor, unquietness, talking, speaking, verbosity.

Examples of usage:

1) Harry King looked at him a moment in silence. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Mary went back to her work in silence. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) Tweedledum and Tweedledee went up to their room in silence. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

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