He either rids himself of them, or suffers as quiescently as he may.
Why then does the fire as soon as it has arrived there, not abide there quiescently?
c.1600, from Latin quiescentem (nominative quiescens), present participle of quiescere, inchoative verb formed from quies "rest, quiet" (see quiet (n.)).
quiescent qui·es·cent (kwē-ěs'ənt, kwī-)adj. Being quiet, still, or at rest; inactive.