Do this, and you will find in a railway station much of the quietude and consolation of a cathedral.
His gaze was as still as her very self; her look at him had in at the quietude of all emotion.
She lay back in the cushions, her head a little bent, her hands interlaced with a perfect imitation of quietude.
He marvelled at her quietude and thought that she should have been as restless as himself.
For aught we can tell the present is an era of quietude and slow change, compared with some of the eras which have preceded it.
This intermediate stretch of river is beautiful in its quietude.
Could you endure to live in the quietude of an Italian lake with an old man?
He was often thus when communing with himself on board ship in the quietude of the night.
Again there were almost audible stares of reproach from the audience, and quietude settled down once more like a pall.
The instant that the bell rang, however, this state of quietude was put to flight.