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adjective. ['səbˈduːd'] in a softened tone.
Rhymes with Subdued
Sentences with subdued
1. Verb, past participle
Brazil's holiday may be the most subdued of all Day of the Dead celebrations.
2. Verb, past tense
Once she’s subdued her prey, she may begin eating it before it is dead.
Its narrowness, switchbacks and lack of guardrails, not to mention plentiful scenery, necessitate a subdued pace.
4. Noun, singular or mass
Nur Ceramics brings a subdued and earthy color palette to candleholders, bowls, vessels, and more.
Quotes about subdued
1. As I write, I control my anxiety and anguish thanks to the invaluable aid of irony and humor. But every night I am subdued by an anxiety that knows no irony, and I must wait until the next day to rediscover the blend of anguish and humor that characterizes my writing and that generates my style.
- Enrique Vila-Matas
2. Beauty in art is often nothing but ugliness subdued.
- Jean Rostand
3. Great minds have purpose, others have wishes. Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortunes; but great minds rise above them.
- Washington Irving
adjective. ['səbˈduːd'] restrained in style or quality.
adjective. ['səbˈduːd'] quieted and brought under control.
adjective. ['səbˈduːd'] not brilliant or glaring.
adjective. ['səbˈduːd'] lacking in light; not bright or harsh.