Definition of Stillier
1. stilly [adj] - See also: stilly
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Literary usage of Stillier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Surgical Diseases of the Abdomen by Richard Douglas (1903)
"Brit. Med. Jour., Oct. 19, 1900. NOBLE. Jour. Amer. Med. Assoc., Dec. 15, 1900. BEYEA. American Medicine, Dec. 21, 1901. stillier. Berlin, klin. Woch., Aug. ..."
2. Surgical Diseases of the Abdomen: With Special Reference to Diagnosis by Richard P. A. Douglas, Richard A. Barr (1909)
"The costal stigma, that is, movable tenth rib, is considered by stillier a strong indication of neurasthenic tendency, a condition common to ..."
3. Layamons Brut, or, Chronicle of Britain: A Poetical Semi-Saxon Paraphrase of by Layamon, Wace, Society of Antiquaries of London (1847)
"... and ordered his ' noble' folk stillier to talk, for his head aked so exceedingly, that he might not [it] endure, ' to hear the great noise of so many ..."