Remaining in place; remaining at rest; motionless; quiet: as, to stand, sit, or lie still.Calm; tranquil; peaceful; undisturbed or unruffled: as, still waters run deep; a still night.Silent; quiet; calm; noiseless; hushed.Soft; low; subdued: as, a still small voice.Not sparkling or effervescing: said of wine, mineral water, and other beverages: contrasted with sparkling; by extension, having but little effervescence.Continual; constant.n. Calm; silence; freedom from noise.n. A still alarm.To make still; cause to be at rest; render calm, quiet, unruffled, or undisturbed; check or restrain; make peaceful or tranquil; quiet.To calm; appease; quiet or allay, as commotion, tumult, agitation, or excitement.To silence; quiet.Synonyms and To lull, pacify, tranquilize, smooth.To hush.To become calm or tranquil; grow quiet; be still.Quietly; silently; softly; peacefully.Constantly; continually; habitually; always; ever.Now as in the past; till now; to this time; now as then or as before; yet: as, he is still here.In an increased or increasing degree; beyond this (or that); even yet; in excess: used with comparatives or to form a comparative: as, still greater things were expected; still more numerous.For all that; all the same; nevertheless; notwithstanding this (or that).See loud.To drop; fall in drops. See distil.To drop, or cause to fall in drops.To expel, as spirit from liquor, by heat and condense in a refrigerator; distil. See distil.n. An apparatus for separating, by means of heat, volatile matters from substances containing them, and recondensing them into the liquid form.n. A house or works in which liquors are distilled; a distillery.n. In bleaching, a rectangular vessel made of slabs of freestone or flagstone with rabbeted and stemmed joints held together by long bolts, and provided with a steam-chamber below, and with a manhole for introducing the materials for making chlorid of manganese solution, called still-liquor.n. The wrought-iron still in which either coal-tar or wood-tar is in the crude state submitted to fractional distillation in order to separate the various useful products obtainable.