- accompanied by or making little or no noise; silent; quiet: a noiseless step; a noiseless typewriter.
Origin of noiseless
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Examples from the Web for noiselessness
It had the movements of a serpent and the noiselessness of a jungle tiger.Old Broadbrim Into the Heart of Australia
Author of "Old Broadbrim"
The little Jap was gone with the speed and noiselessness of a mouse.Officer 666
Barton W. Currie
No Indian who ever lived could have equaled him in swiftness and noiselessness.On the Kentucky Frontier
He had sighted the sparrow-hawk, and was warily stalking her, hence the noiselessness of his approach.Haviland's Chum
The effort to raise it cautiously was indicated not by any noiselessness but by the long duration of the sound.The Tyranny of Weakness
Charles Neville Buck
- making little or no sound; silent
Word Origin and History for noiselessness
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