ultraquiet

ultraquiet

(ˌʌltrəˈkwaɪət)
adj
especially or extremely quiet
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Sullivan, "On-orbit active vibration isolation: the Satellite Ultraquiet Isolation Technologies Experiment (SUITE)," AIAA Space Conference and Exposition, vol.
Super sophisticated, ultraquiet on the hoof and built to VW's exacting standards, the Beetle is no slouch in and around town and will happily cruise at high speed all day long.
Drivers who simply want a sharp, ergonomically correct and ultraquiet sedan may cozy up to this Chrysler.
I personally found this system to be ultraquiet and easy to use, even with one hand.
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Powered by four smooth, ultraquiet DC motors, the bed can be easily adjusted without disturbing the resident.