We must stifle the desire to be conspicuous unless it is to be conspicuous by quietness. "The Colored Girl Beautiful" by E. Azalia Hackley
And Patty had great difficulty to stifle her laughter. "Patty's Suitors" by Carolyn Wells
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Antonyms 2 Level 7. Directions: Choose the word that ... A. stifle. B. soak. C.
disappoint. D. allay. E. parch. 5. NURTURE. A. neglect. B. underestimate. C.
Synonyms and antonyms for suffocate ... 4. suffocate (v.) become stultified,
suppressed, or stifled. Synonyms: become,; choke,; turn ...
You may stifle your cough if you don't want to interrupt a lecture or you may ... The
verb stifle means “to choke, suffocate, drown. ... Antonyms: excite, stimulate.