|mute or silent, not pronounced, not enunciated, unarticulated, unsaid, not very noticeable||unpronounced|
|(Archaic) masquerade, reticent, silent; tongue-tied||mumchance|
|(Linguistics) study of speech sound realization including the forms of a morpheme of a language; changes in the way a word is pronounced by allomorphs of morphemes as they are changed by adjacent sounds (eg. dog -->dogs)||morphophonemics|
|absence of noise, allay, calm or motionless, displaying calmness, done in private, free from trouble, make or become quiet, make silent, make noiseless; pacify, calm; be pacified, be calmed; be reticent, remain silent; become quiet, making little noise...||quiet|
|act in a play, celebrate in disguise, chrysanthemum, keep quiet, mom, Mom, Mother (British); silence, quietness; chrysanthemum (Informal), silent, strong beer||mum|
|act of hitting; refusal to work as a form of protest, arresting, noticeable, tending to draw attention, attractive or impressive, conspicuous, on strike||striking|
|acting confidently, forceful, aggressive, strong and pronounced||assertive|
|acting using only gesture and action, ancient farce, art of portraying a scene with bodily gestures only, silent acting, pantomime; actor who portrays scenes in pantomime; mimic, express something in mime, mime artist, imitate; express through pantomim...||mime|
|add a subtitle to; provide with subtitles, caption for foreign-language movie, caption in silent movie, insert title, intertitle, lesser title, provide subtitles for, secondary title appearing below the main title; translation of a foreign-language fil...||subtitle|
|address somebody courteously, address somebody in a letter, become noticeable, reply to something, welcome somebody, welcome; salute; meet, receive||greet|
|all keeping silent for own ends||conspiracy of silence|
|allude to, suggest indirectly, intimate, indirect suggestion, piece of advice, subtle suggestion, intimation, clue; barely noticeable amount, suggest something indirectly, very small amount||hint|
|alveolar consonant, pronounced with the tip of the tongue touching teeth ridge (Phonetics), relating to air sac in lung, relating to the jawbone, sound produced by the tongue and teeth (Phonetics), with tongue near upper teeth ridge||alveolar|
|angle that points outward; narrow piece of land that projects outward from the surrounding surface (Geology), jumping, noticeable or striking, projecting, projecting outward, projecting part of defensive alignment, prominent, conspicuous; bulging outwa...||salient|
|angrily silent, horse-drawn vehicle for one person, morose, sullenly aloof||sulky|
|annoying, highly noticeable, obtruding; invasive, intrusive; annoyingly protrusive, sticking out||obtrusive|
|apparent to the senses, certain, clear, plain; different; separate, emphatic, noticeable||distinct|
|attracting attention, easily visible, noticeable, obvious, easy to see||conspicuous|
|bad-tempered silence, be angrily silent, pout, maintain a sullen silence, express anger or resentment by refusing to speak or interact, somebody who sulks||sulk|
|be calm or silent, freedom from war, law and order, mental calm, peace treaty, state of harmony, state of not being at war; silence, quietness; tranquility||peace|
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