Still - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillation (syn: distillery)
- cause to be quiet or not talk (syn: hush, hush up, quieten, shut up, silence)
- lessen the intensity of or calm (syn: allay, ease, relieve)
- marked by absence of sound (syn: silent, soundless)
still waters run deep
will you still love me when we're old and grey?
still another problem must be solved
time stood still
they waited stock-still outside the door
he couldn't hold still any longer
The cat twitched slightly, and then was still.
Everyone had left, and the house was finally still.
A class in still photography
They had still and fizzy drinks.
Sit still. It'll just take a minute.
No murmur waked the solemn still, save tinkling of a mountain rill.
The hot sun had stilled the water.
She was still beautiful.
They are still to be seen.
I still haven't finished painting the spare room.
Do you still have Julie's phone number?
Clare didn't do much work, but she still passed the exam.
The hotel was terrible. Still, we were lucky with the weather.
We stood still and watched as the deer came closer.
Keep still while I tie your shoe.
present participle: stilling
past tense: stilled
past participle: stilled
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