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1604, Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, ''Othello'', act 5, scene 1:
- How silent is this town!
1825, Johnson|Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy, ''The Works of Samuel Johnson'', Talboys and Wheeler, page 52:
- What was formerly performed by fleets and armies, by invasions, sieges, and battles, has been of late accomplished by more silent methods.
1906, William Dean Howells and Sidney Dillon Ripley, ''Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between'', Harper & Brothers, page 152:
- The voice of the auctioneer is slow and low (..); after a pause, which seems no silenter than the rest of the transaction, he ceases to repeat the bids, and his fish, in the measure of a bushel or so, have gone for a matter of three shillings.
1725, (w), ''The Odyssey''
- Ulysses, adds he, was the most eloquent and most silent of men.
''The wind is silent.''
''The ''e'' is silent in ''fable''.''
''Silent letters can make some words difficult to spell.''
- Cause (..) silent, virtueless, and dead.
''My phone was on silent.''
Without audio capability.
''The Magnavox Odyssey was a silent console.''
''a silent voter; a silent partner''
Of an edit or change to a text, not explicitly acknowledged.
''silent revisions; a silent emendation''
Not implying significant modifications which would affect a peptide sequence.
Undiagnosed or undetected because of an absence of symptoms.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)
A silent movie
(quote-journal)| title=The Man Who Asked Hard Questions| work=New York Times|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/12/movies/12alle.html| passage=All kinds, silents and talkies.