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still adj. (4 cf. STILL adv.)
1. silent; (i) “be ” LLL. I. ii. 191, 1H4 III. i. 243, Oth. V. ii. 46; (ii) “hold” oneself “ ” Err. IV. ii. 17 “I cannot, nor I will not hold me still,” Sonn. lxxxv. 1.
2. “be still,” rest in peace Cæs. V. v. 50.
3. (of music) soft AYL. V. iv. stage dir.
4. constant, continual R3 IV. iv. 230 “ use of grief,” Tit. III. ii. 45* “still practice.”
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