soundless


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sound·less

 (sound′lĭs)
adj.
Having or making no sound. See Synonyms at quiet.

sound′less·ly adv.
sound′less·ness n.

soundless

(ˈsaʊndlɪs)
adj
extremely still or silent
ˈsoundlessly adv
ˈsoundlessness n

soundless

(ˈsaʊndlɪs)
adj
chiefly poetic extremely deep

sound•less1

(ˈsaʊnd lɪs)

adj.
without sound; silent; quiet.
[1595–1605]
sound′less•ly, adv.
sound′less•ness, n.

sound•less2

(ˈsaʊnd lɪs)

adj.
unfathomable; very deep.
[1580–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.soundless - marked by absence of sound; "a silent house"; "soundless footsteps on the grass"; "the night was still"
quiet - free of noise or uproar; or making little if any sound; "a quiet audience at the concert"; "the room was dark and quiet"

soundless

adjective
Marked by, done with, or making no sound or noise:
Archaic: hush.
Translations
صامِت، لا صَوْتَ له
nehlučný
lydløs
feneketlenül mély
hljóîlaus

soundless

[ˈsaʊndlɪs] ADJsilencioso, mudo

soundless

[ˈsaʊndləs] adj (= silent) → silencieux/euse

soundless

adjlautlos

soundless

[ˈsaʊndlɪs] adjsilenzioso/a

sound2

noun
1. the impressions transmitted to the brain by the sense of hearing. a barrage of sound; (also adjective) sound waves.
2. something that is, or can be, heard. The sounds were coming from the garage.
3. the impression created in the mind by a piece of news, a description etc. I didn't like the sound of her hairstyle at all!
verb
1. to (cause something to) make a sound. Sound the bell!; The bell sounded.
2. to signal (something) by making a sound. Sound the alarm!
3. (of something heard or read) to make a particular impression; to seem; to appear. Your singing sounded very good; That sounds like a train.
4. to pronounce. In the word `pneumonia', the letter p is not sounded.
5. to examine by tapping and listening carefully. She sounded the patient's chest.
ˈsoundless adjective
ˈsoundlessly adverb
sound effects
sounds other than dialogue or music, used in films, radio etc.
ˈsoundproof adjective
not allowing sound to pass in, out, or through. The walls are soundproof.
verb
to make (walls, a room etc) soundproof.
ˈsound-track noun
(a recording of) the music from a film. I've just bought the sound-track of that new film.
References in classic literature ?
It was a deep, soundless minute, at the end of which my impulse failed.
And so we remained, in a soundless hush, as much as a full minute, everybody gazing, nobody stirring.
During the whole of a dull, dark, and soundless day in the autumn of the year, when the clouds hung oppressively low in the heavens, I had been passing alone, on horseback, through a singularly dreary tract of country; and at length found myself, as the shades of the evening drew on, within view of the melancholy House of Usher.
Coming, as they did, over the soft and soundless moss, which covers practically the entire surface of Mars with the exception of the frozen areas at the poles and the scattered cultivated districts, they might have captured me easily, but their intentions were far more sinister.
In shadow lapse the twinkling streams, The lilied marge their waves caress; And the sheer constellations sway O'er soundless gulfs of nothingness.
Of course, it was some time before we could pause in our fierce and laborious exertions; but all through the work, the excitement, the uproar, and some dismay, we were aware of this silent little man at the break of the poop, perfectly motionless, soundless, and often hidden from us by the drift of sprays.
The second mate's door was on the hook, but the darkness in there was absolutely soundless.
Every nation, tribe, and kindred, mourned after its own fashion; and how soundless was the mourning of all
And the house itself below me and above me was soundless, perfectly still.
In place of these things was only a soundless gloom, more dreadful, more disheartening, more soul- killing than any concourse of sounds, no matter how full of fear and dread.
With their single eyes in the centre of their heads and every eye turned upon their prey, they did not note my soundless approach, so that I was upon them with my great long-sword and four of them lay dead ere they knew that I was among them.
As Thar Ban rode noiselessly up the broad avenue which leads from the quays of Aaanthor to the great central plaza, he and his mount might have been mistaken for spectres from a world of dreams, so grotesque the man and beast, so soundless the great thoat's padded, nailless feet upon the moss-grown flagging of the ancient pavement.