The Correct spelling is: quiet
Common misspellings of the word quiet are:
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adj., -etÂ·er, -etÂ·est.
- Making little or no noise: quiet neighbors; a quiet engine.
- Free of loud noise; hushed: a quiet street.
- Calm and unmoving; still: a quiet lake.
- Free of turmoil and agitation; untroubled. See synonyms at still1.
- Restful; soothing: a quiet afternoon nap; a quiet tune on the flute.
- Tranquil; serene: a quiet place in the country.
- Not showy or garish; subdued: a room decorated in quiet colors.
- Restrained in style; understated: a quiet strength; a quiet life.
The quality or condition of being quiet: â€œA menacing quiet fills the empty streetsâ€ (Time).
v., -etÂ·ed, -etÂ·ing, -ets. v.tr.
- To cause to become quiet.
- Law. To make (a title) secure by freeing from all questions or challenges.
To become quiet: The child wouldn't quiet down for me.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin quiÄ“tus, past participle of quiÄ“scere, to rest.]quietly qui'etÂ·ly adv.
quietness qui'etÂ·ness n.