Definition of Mutest

1. Adjective. (superlative of mute) ¹



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Definition of Mutest

1. mute [adj] - See also: mute

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mutest

mute swan
mute swans
muteable
muted
muted tidal regime
mutedly
mutein
mutely
muteness
mutenesses
muter
muters
mutes
mutessarif
mutessarifs
mutest (current term)
mutex
mutexes
muthas
muther
muthmannite
muti
muti murder
muti murders
muticous

Literary usage of Mutest

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1. A Shakespearian grammar by Edwin Abbott Abbott (1872)
"Hamlet, i. I. 114. "My mutest conscience" (Cymb. i. 6. 116) may perhaps mean "the mutest part or corner of my conscience," like " summus mons." 9. ..."

2. Shakespeare's Tragedy of Cymbeline by William Shakespeare (1905)
"mutest. That would otherwise be most silent ... Abbott thinks it may mean " the mutest part or corner of my conscience. ..."

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