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hush money

  

      n  
Slang   money given to a person, such as an accomplice, to ensure that something is kept secret  
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hush          [1]  
      vb  
1    to make or become silent; quieten  
2    to soothe or be soothed  
      n  
3    stillness; silence  
4    an act of hushing  
      interj  
5    a plea or demand for silence  
     (C16: probably from earlier husht quiet!, the -t being thought to indicate a past participle)  
  hushed      adj  

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hush

  

      vb  
1    mute, muzzle, quieten, shush, silence, still, suppress  
2    allay, appease, calm, compose, mollify, soothe  
      n  
3    calm, peace, peacefulness, quiet, silence, still     (poetic)   stillness, tranquillity  


hush-hush     
classified, confidential, restricted, secret, top-secret, under wraps  
hush up     
conceal, cover up, draw a veil over, keep dark, keep secret, sit on     (informal)   smother, squash, suppress, sweep under the carpet     (informal)  

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hush, hush up, Hus, hushed

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o.
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n.
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v.
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exp.
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v.
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[Slang]
n.
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n.
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