Synonyms of still in English:

still


See definition of still

adjective

1‘Polly lay quite still’

SYNONYMS
motionless, unmoving, without moving, without moving a muscle, stock-still, immobile, like a statue, as if turned to stone, as if rooted to the spot, unstirring, stationary
at rest, at a standstill
inert, lifeless
ANTONYMS

moving, active

2‘the night was dark and still’

SYNONYMS
quiet, silent, hushed, soundless, noiseless, undisturbed, sound-free
calm, tranquil, peaceful, serene, windless, wind-free, halcyon
flat, even, smooth, placid, pacific, waveless, glassy, like a millpond, unruffled
stagnant, standing
literary stilly

noun

1‘the still of the night’

SYNONYMS
quietness, quiet, quietude, silence, stillness, hush, soundlessness, noiselessness
calmness, calm, tranquillity, peace, peacefulness, peace and quiet, serenity
ANTONYMS

noise, disturbance, hubbub


adverb

1‘I understand he's still married to her’

SYNONYMS
up to this time, up to the present time, until now, even now, yet
ANTONYMS

no longer

2‘I'm afraid he's crazy. Still, he's harmless’

SYNONYMS
nevertheless, however, in spite of that, despite that, notwithstanding, for all that, all the same, even so, be that as it may, having said that, nonetheless, but
informal still and all
archaic withal, natheless, howbeit

verb

1‘he stilled the clamour with a wave of his hand’

SYNONYMS
quieten, quiet, silence, hush
calm, settle, pacify, soothe, lull, allay, assuage, appease, subdue
ANTONYMS

stir up

2‘the wind stilled’

SYNONYMS
abate, die down, grow less, lessen, subside, ease off, ease up, let up, moderate, slacken, weaken, fade away
ANTONYMS

get stronger, get up