quietly


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Quietly \Qui"et*ly\, adv.
   1. In a quiet state or manner; without motion; in a state of
      rest; as, to lie or sit quietly.
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   2. Without tumult, alarm, dispute, or disturbance; peaceably;
      as, to live quietly; to sleep quietly.
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   3. Calmly, without agitation or violent emotion; patiently;
      as, to submit quietly to unavoidable evils.
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   4. Noiselessly; silently; without remark or violent movement;
      in a manner to attract little or no observation; as, he
      quietly left the room.
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