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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoundlesssound‧less /ˈsaʊndləs/ adjective literary  QUIETwithout any sound syn silentsoundlessly adverb Theo crept soundlessly into the room.soundlessness noun [uncountable]
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soundlessApart from scratching noises in the roof, the room was soundless.Here were the imponderable processes and forces of the cosmos, harmonious' and soundless.He tried to scream, but his terror was such that only soundless air came out.If any of them talked to me, I just lay shaking in the bed staring at them, soundless and deaf.But then another soundless glance brought home the truth.The rain had changed into a soundless light sprinkle.The cat looked at Lyn and opened its mouth in a soundless mew.In the hall light, he had the odd notion that the Commander was afloat on a full and soundless tide.He motioned to Lissa and she caught his soundless urging and went with him out of the room.
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