quieter

Slower vs Quieter - What's the difference?

slower | quieter |


As adjectives the difference between slower and quieter

is that slower is (slow) while quieter is (quiet).

As nouns the difference between slower and quieter

is that slower is that which slows while quieter is one who quiets.

Quietly vs Quieter - What's the difference?

quietly | quieter |


As an adverb quietly

is in a quiet manner.

As an adjective quieter is

(quiet).

As a noun quieter is

one who quiets.

Softer vs Quieter - What's the difference?

softer | quieter |


As adjectives the difference between softer and quieter

is that softer is (soft) while quieter is (quiet).

As a noun quieter is

one who quiets.

Quieter vs Quieted - What's the difference?

quieter | quieted |


As an adjective quieter

is (quiet).

As a noun quieter

is one who quiets.

As a verb quieted is

(quiet).

Quieten vs Quieter - What's the difference?

quieten | quieter |


As a verb quieten

is to make quiet.

As an adjective quieter is

(quiet).

As a noun quieter is

one who quiets.

Quilter vs Quieter - What's the difference?

quilter | quieter |


As nouns the difference between quilter and quieter

is that quilter is a person whose hobby or profession is making quilts while quieter is one who quiets.

As an adjective quieter is

(quiet).

Quieter vs Quitter - What's the difference?

quieter | quitter |


As nouns the difference between quieter and quitter

is that quieter is one who quiets while quitter is matter flowing from a wound or sore; pus or quitter can be one who quits.

As an adjective quieter

is (quiet).

As a verb quitter is

to suppurate; ooze with pus.

Quieter vs Decrescendo - What's the difference?

quieter | decrescendo |


As adjectives the difference between quieter and decrescendo

is that quieter is (quiet) while decrescendo is becoming quieter gradually.

As nouns the difference between quieter and decrescendo

is that quieter is one who quiets while decrescendo is (label) an instruction to play gradually more softly.

As a verb decrescendo is

(label) to gradually become quieter.

Requite vs Quieter - What's the difference?

requite | quieter | Anagrams |

Quieter is an anagram of requite.

Requite is an anagram of quieter.


As a verb requite

is to return in kind; to repay; to recompense; to reward.

As a adjective quieter is

(quiet).

As a noun quieter is

one who quiets.

Quiet vs Quieter - What's the difference?

quiet | quieter |


As adjectives the difference between quiet and quieter

is that quiet is with little or no sound; free from of disturbing noise while quieter is (quiet).

As nouns the difference between quiet and quieter

is that quiet is the absence of sound; quietness while quieter is one who quiets.

As a verb quiet

is to become quiet, silent, still, tranquil, calm.