Synonyms of subdued in English:

subdued


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adjective

1‘Lewis's subdued air had changed to one of high good humour’

SYNONYMS
sombre, low-spirited, downcast, sad, dejected, depressed, low, gloomy, despondent, dispirited, disheartened, forlorn, woebegone
restrained, repressed, inactive, spiritless, lifeless, dull, unresponsive, withdrawn, pensive, thoughtful, preoccupied, quiet
informal down in the mouth, down in the dumps, out of sorts, in the doldrums, with a long face
British informal brassed off, cheesed off, browned off
North American informal teed off, ticked off
ANTONYMS

lively, cheerful

2‘they chatted in subdued tones’

SYNONYMS
hushed, muted, quiet, low, soft, gentle, whispered, murmured, faint, muffled, indistinct, inaudible
noiseless, soundless, silent, still, calm
ANTONYMS

loud, noisy

3‘the subdued light made Mary appear pale’

SYNONYMS
dim, muted, toned down, softened, soft, lowered, shaded, low-key, subtle, unobtrusive, understated
sombre, dreary, dark
ANTONYMS

bright