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quell

 (kwĕl)
tr.v. quelled, quell·ing, quells
1. To put down forcibly; suppress: Police quelled the riot.
2. To pacify; quiet: finally quelled the children's fears.

[Middle English quellen, to kill, from Old English cwellan; see gwelə- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

quell

(kwɛl)
vb (tr)
1. to suppress or beat down (rebellion, disorder, etc); subdue
2. to overcome or allay: to quell pain; to quell grief.
[Old English cwellan to kill; related to Old Saxon quellian, Old High German quellen, Old Norse kvelja to torment]
ˈqueller n

quell

(kwɛl)

v.t.
1. to suppress; subdue; crush: to quell an uprising.
2. to quiet; allay: to quell a child's fear of thunder.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English cwellan to kill; akin to German quälen to vex, Old Norse kvelja to torment; compare kill1]
quell′a•ble, adj.
quell′er, n.

quell


Past participle: quelled
Gerund: quelling

Imperative
quell
quell
Present
I quell
you quell
he/she/it quells
we quell
you quell
they quell
Preterite
I quelled
you quelled
he/she/it quelled
we quelled
you quelled
they quelled
Present Continuous
I am quelling
you are quelling
he/she/it is quelling
we are quelling
you are quelling
they are quelling
Present Perfect
I have quelled
you have quelled
he/she/it has quelled
we have quelled
you have quelled
they have quelled
Past Continuous
I was quelling
you were quelling
he/she/it was quelling
we were quelling
you were quelling
they were quelling
Past Perfect
I had quelled
you had quelled
he/she/it had quelled
we had quelled
you had quelled
they had quelled
Future
I will quell
you will quell
he/she/it will quell
we will quell
you will quell
they will quell
Future Perfect
I will have quelled
you will have quelled
he/she/it will have quelled
we will have quelled
you will have quelled
they will have quelled
Future Continuous
I will be quelling
you will be quelling
he/she/it will be quelling
we will be quelling
you will be quelling
they will be quelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been quelling
you have been quelling
he/she/it has been quelling
we have been quelling
you have been quelling
they have been quelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been quelling
you will have been quelling
he/she/it will have been quelling
we will have been quelling
you will have been quelling
they will have been quelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been quelling
you had been quelling
he/she/it had been quelling
we had been quelling
you had been quelling
they had been quelling
Conditional
I would quell
you would quell
he/she/it would quell
we would quell
you would quell
they would quell
Past Conditional
I would have quelled
you would have quelled
he/she/it would have quelled
we would have quelled
you would have quelled
they would have quelled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.quell - suppress or crush completely; "squelch any sign of dissent"; "quench a rebellion"
conquer, inhibit, stamp down, suppress, subdue, curb - to put down by force or authority; "suppress a nascent uprising"; "stamp down on littering"; "conquer one's desires"
2.quell - overcome or allayquell - overcome or allay; "quell my hunger"
fulfil, fulfill, satisfy, meet, fill - fill or meet a want or need

quell

verb
2. calm, quiet, silence, moderate, dull, soothe, alleviate, appease, allay, mitigate, assuage, pacify, mollify, deaden He is trying to quell fears of a looming crisis.

quell

verb
To bring to an end forcibly as if by imposing a heavy weight:
Translations
يُخْمِد ثَوْرَةًيُزيل المَخاوِف
potlačituklidnit
dæmpestille
elfojt
bæla niîur, kæfasigrast á
apspiestpārvarēt
bastırmakgidermekyatıştırmak

quell

[kwel] VT [+ uprising] → sofocar; [+ opposition] → sobreponerse a, dominar; [+ fears] → desechar

quell

[ˈkwɛl] vt
[unrest, rebellion, uprising, violence] → réprimer, étouffer
[fears, doubts] → dissiper; [speculation] → mettre fin à

quell

vt fearbezwingen; passionbändigen, zügeln; riotunterdrücken, niederschlagen; anxietiesüberwinden

quell

[kwɛl] vt (passion) → reprimere; (fear) → dominare; (rebellion) → soffocare; (attempt) → sventare

quell

(kwel) verb
1. to put an end to (a rebellion etc) by force.
2. to put an end to, or take away (a person's fears etc).
References in classic literature ?
It was Pantocyclus -- the illustrious Circle mentioned above, as the queller of the Colour Revolt -- who first convinced mankind that Configuration makes the man; that if, for example, you are born an Isosceles with two uneven sides, you will assuredly go wrong unless you have them made even -- for which purpose you must go to the Isosceles Hospital; similarly, if you are a Triangle, or Square, or even a Polygon, born with any Irregularity, you must be taken to one of the Regular Hospitals to have your disease cured; otherwise you will end your days in the State Prison or by the angle of the State Executioner.
Hail, Son of the Most High, heir of both Worlds, Queller of Satan