Subduedly



adjective
1.
quiet; inhibited; repressed; controlled:
After the argument he was much more subdued.
2.
lowered in intensity or strength; reduced in fullness of tone, as a color or voice; muted:
subdued light; wallpaper in subdued greens.
3.
(of land) not marked by any striking features, as mountains or cliffs:
a subdued landscape.
adjective
1.
cowed, passive, or shy
2.
gentle or quiet: a subdued whisper
3.
(of colours, etc) not harsh or bright: subdued lighting

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