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stilly

[ adverb stil-lee; adjective stil-ee ]
/ adverb ˈstɪl li; adjective ˈstɪl i /
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adverb

quietly; silently.

adjective

Chiefly Literary. still; quiet.

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Origin of stilly

before 1000; Middle English (adv.); Old English stillīce.See still1, -ly
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stilly

adverb (ˈstɪllɪ)

archaic, or literary quietly or calmly

adjective (ˈstɪlɪ)

poetic still, quiet, or calm
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