Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Silently"

The meaning of "Silently" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Silently mean?
A: Silence is 0% noise. Silently is used to describe actions done without sound.
Q: What does Silently mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Synonyms of "Silently" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Silently and Quietly ?
A: silently --absence of sound

quietly -- something is not very loud // doing not very loud.

Translations of "Silently"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Silently and hopelessly I love you
A: Silently means in a way without expressing it or without letting the person you love know. An example would be to feel love for someone and not confess or to help them without letting them know.

Hopelessly means without hope. So, perhaps you love someone and they do not love you back or there is a reason you cannot be with them.

Other questions about "Silently"

Q: Silently dwells on the cliff, the midnight sun
Lightens the heaven. I'm amazed:
Is it a lake floating in the sky,
Or, maybe, the sky fell into a lake?

Does this sound natural?
A:


Какой оригинальный текст на русском языке?

Как называется стихотворение?

😅🤔
Q: Silently, in the dusk
Gloominess belchs out from my tragic torso
All the black keys and white keys are in the dark
Shaking hands trample violently on the piano

Finally, ended up an B minor rhapsody composed
I, sitting there with my lunatic composition
Piano, who sets me free again

Rejoicingly, in the dawn
Euphoria permeates through my groovy gusto
All the black keys and white keys are in jubilation
Nimble fingers flying dexterously on the piano

Finally, ended up an C concerto being composed
I, sitting there with my fabulous improvisation
Piano, who spends the great time with me again

Piano, my dear familiar
You are the sunshine in my life
All the grief and happiness we have together
Write down all of our wonderful days of yore

Now, I want to tell you with my sincere heart
“You are my everything” Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Silently, in the dusk
Gloominess belchs out from my tragic torso
All the black keys and white keys are in the dark
Shaking hands trample violently on the piano

Finally, ended up an B minor rhapsody composed
I, sitting there with my lunatic composition
Piano, who sets me free again

Rejoicingly, in the dawn
Euphoria permeates through my groovy gusto
All the black keys and white keys are in jubilation
Nimble fingers flying dexterously on the piano

Finally, ended up an C concerto being composed
I, sitting there with my fabulous improvisation
Piano, who spends the great time with me again

Piano, my dear familiar
You are the sunshine in my life
All the grief and happiness we have together
Write down all of our wonderful days of yore

Now, I want to tell you with my sincere heart
“You are my everything” Does this sound natural?
A: Nice poem!!
I like your use of strong words to describe things!

There are occasionally words here and there which are a little awkward, and a few prepositions missing, but the basic meaning is still there!

Things I noticed:

Gloominess is a feeling—hard to express. And “belches” is a very unpleasant word only associated with burps and volcanoes, geysers or such.
Maybe use “Gloominess seeps from my body” or “oozes from me onto the dimly lit black and white keys. My trembling hands stumble across the piano keys”

“Finally, my B minor rhapsody is completely.”

“Groovy gusto”—don’t know that that means and is very awkward. Groovy is an old word.

The rest of it sounds really cool!

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words

Silently

HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions