During that period, there were long pauses and periods of quiescence that could lead one to believe that the revolt had subsided.
Rapture was self-transcending, which led to quiescence, tranquility, and catharsis.
Was there nothing that he could do which would produce for him, if not gratification, then at least quiescence?
So when all is known, the stimulus for action ceases; when all is known there is quiescence, nothingness.
The growth is often intermittent, periods of great activity of growth alternating with periods of quiescence.
Let me request silence, absolute silence, and quiescence of thought even.
In any case all of them undergo a period of quiescence before germinating.
Their bright eyes were alluring, their quiescence was encouraging.
Taking the line of quiescence as a level of development, it follows that the level has become higher.
But it was a good place to do work in, for all its quiescence.
quiescent qui·es·cent (kwē-ěs'ənt, kwī-)
Being quiet, still, or at rest; inactive.