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quiesce

(kwaɪˈɛs)
vb (intr)
1. to become quiet or subdued
2. (Grammar) (of a letter) to be made silent
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.quiesce - become quiet or quieter; "The audience fell silent when the speaker entered"
silence, still, hush, hush up, quieten, shut up - cause to be quiet or not talk; "Please silence the children in the church!"
change intensity - increase or decrease in intensity
References in periodicals archive ?
QUIESCE A To trifle B Become silent C Undisturbed who am I?
Some vendors have customized ways to quiesce referential integrity checking, having a catchup-later function, but it seems no one has figured out how to simply provide a load that can deal with massive datasets and referential integrity.
The RiverMeadow Cloud Migration SS automates the cloud migration process from beginning-to-end, without the need to install agents or quiesce servers.
1547), Quabese/quiesce (Desceliers 1546), Cap quiesce (Desceliers 1550), C: quiesce (Desliens 1561), C: de Iaua (cape of Java or Javanese) (Desceliers?
Sao muito frequentes, sobretudo na Franca, as rimas do tipo antiquus--inimicus, unquam--aduncam, precor--aequor, ou nescit--reiecit, fae ce- quiesce, facit--pascit, docens--noscens (1): qu havia perdido seu apendice labial (2), e diante de e e i nao se fazia distincao entre c e sc.
186) More radical historians even argue that the NIRA was an attempt to strengthen the capitalist class as a whole and quiesce radical sentiments in the labor movement and the general population.