quiet (n.)
calmness, peace of mind, serenity
2H4 IV.i.71[Archbishop to Westmorland] We see which way the stream of time doth run / And are enforced from our most quiet there / By the rough torrent of occasion [i.e. our greatest calm]
2H6 II.iv.67[Gloucester to Duchess] Thy greatest help is quiet
H8 II.ii.73[King Henry to and of Wolsey] The quiet of my wounded conscience [i.e. the means whereby I gain peace of mind]
H8 II.iv.63[Wolsey to Queen Katherine, of delaying the hearing no longer] as well / For your own quiet
TS II.i.323[Baptista to Tranio as Lucentio] The gain I seek is quiet in the match
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