- without sound; silent; quiet.
Origin of soundless1
- unfathomable; very deep.
Origin of soundless2
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Examples from the Web for soundless
Then these fell into place, and he was invisible, and soundless as well.Within the Law
Their approach over the thickly carpeted floor was soundless.A Nest of Spies
He executed the most intricate passages, yet the wind in the room was soundless.Melomaniacs
He found himself in profound accord with this blind and soundless peace.The Rescue
And the house itself below me and above me was soundless, perfectly still.The Arrow of Gold
- extremely still or silent
- mainly poetic extremely deep
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Word Origin and History for soundless
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