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Still

(stil),
George F., English physician, 1868-1941. See: Still disease, Still murmur, Still-Chauffard syndrome.
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But at the stillest, stillest point in this chaotic country, the man's body lay lifeless and bound, in broad daylight under the yellow afternoon sun.
I think it's probably, if you want to be quite technical about it, one of the stillest performances I've ever given, and I liked that."
[...] The greatest events--they are not our noisiest but our stillest hours.
Two of his subjects are real: the fastidious Oxford mathematician Charles Dodgson, whom Mark Twain found to be "the stillest and shyest full-grown man I ever met"; and his child-muse Alice Liddell.
A firehouse alarm sounds in the darkest, stillest part of the night.
Not even sleep Dare invalidate the deep, Universal pleasure sex Must unto itself annex-- Even the stillest sleep; at peace, More profound with rest's increase, She enjoys the good Of delicious womanhood.
It was Ken, also, who once described Brian as the, "quietest, stillest man I have ever met".