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Oxford dictionary definition of the word still:
not moving or making a sound:
the still body of the young man
the sheriff commanded him to stand still and drop the gun
she sat very still, her eyes closed
he lay still, unable to move
(of air, water, or the weather) undisturbed by wind, sound, or current; calm and tranquil:
her voice carried on the still air
a still autumn day
chiefly British (of a drink) not effervescent.
1 [mass noun] deep silence and calm; stillness:
the still of the night
2an ordinary static photograph as opposed to a motion picture, especially a single shot from a cinema film:
1up to and including the present or the time mentioned; even now (or then) as formerly:
he still lives with his mother
it was still raining
referring to something that will or may happen in the future:
we could still win
2nevertheless; all the same:
I’m afraid he’s crazy. Still, he’s harmless
3even (used with comparatives for emphasis):
write, or better still, type, captions for the pictures
Hank, already sweltering, began to sweat still more profusely
make or become still; quieten:
she raised her hand, stilling Erica’s protests
the din in the hall stilled
still and all
informal nevertheless; even so.
still small voice
the voice of one’s conscience (with reference to 1 Kings 19:12).
still waters run deep
proverb a quiet or placid manner may conceal a passionate nature.
Old English stille (adjective and adverb), stillan (verb), of West Germanic origin, from a base meaning ‘be fixed, stand’