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Silents refer to films that were produced during the early era of cinema, characterized by the absence of synchronized sound.
Noun: Silent films; movies produced without synchronized sound.
Example sentence: The silents of the 1920s were an important milestone in the history of cinema.
Adjective: Describing something or someone that does not make any sound.
Example sentence: The serenity of the forest was interrupted only by the silents footsteps of the animals.
Local usage: In certain communities, the term "silents" might refer to a gathering or social event where participants communicate without using words.
Example sentence: The monthly silents at the local art center allows people to express themselves through actions and expressions.
Popular usage: Silents can also be used to describe a period of silence or tranquility.
Example sentence: After a long day at work, she enjoyed sitting in her backyard and embracing the silents of the evening.
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