Quiet vs. Quite

Quiet
Quite

Quiet refers to the absence of sound (especially loud sound) and quite means truly or considerably. The two words are often mis-spelled, just like their and there.

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Quiet

Quite

Definition When there's no noise or sound - when it's silent Almost completely - near to whole
Example The classroom suddenly felt dark and QUIET. Not QUITE there yet

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Quiet (pronounced kwahy-et)

–adjective

Quite(pronounced kwahyt)

-adverb

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