Hush | Mean of hush in English Dictionary
- to make (someone) quiet, calm, or still
- The woman in the seat behind me was trying to hush her baby.
- The judge hushed the spectators.
- The crowd was hushed.
- a hushed [=quiet] courtroom
- speaking in hushed [=whispering] tones
- The spectators hushed as the judge entered the courtroom.
- The room hushed [=people stopped talking, making noise, etc.] as the theater lights dimmed.
- Hush, children. I'm going to tell you a story.
- hush up a crime/scandal
- The city government tried to hush things up when the mayor was arrested.
- a time of silence, stillness, or calm especially after noise
- A hush fell/came over the theater. = A hush settled/descended on the theater. [=the theater became quiet; people stopped talking, making noise, etc.]