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quiescent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquiescentqui‧es‧cent /kwiˈesənt, kwaɪ-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 PEACEFULnot developing or doing anything, especially when this is only a temporary state
Examples from the Corpus
quiescentOther times he imagined them crucified, and himself in the quiescent crowd.The Dark Elves lay quiescent in Naggaroth.In major life changes such as adolescence, for successful growth opportunities both active and quiescent periods are needed.Police reports suggested that the countryside was more quiescent than it had been for generations.It seems to stir up emotions and rake over apparently quiescent turmoil.
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