Definitions of "quiet"
  1. The state of being free from any kind of disturbance, interference, or conflict, usually referring to property disputes or claims that are adverse
  2. The act of establishing or confirming the security of a property's title through an action that brings about a decisive decision regarding the conflicting rights of different parties
How to use "quiet" in a sentence
  1. Following the family feud, there was finally some quiet regarding the ancestral house's ownership.
  2. The court's decision aimed to quiet the long-standing dispute over the property title.
  3. The property owner wanted to quiet the property title disputes once and for all.

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