As Quiet As A Mouse – One Point American Idiom Lesson

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Quiet As A Mouse
What does as quiet as a mouse mean? Here is the meaning of as quiet as a mouse.
A person who is as quiet as a mouse doesn’t speak very much. In other words, that person is very quiet.

  • At the party, Jenny was as quiet as a mouse. I wonder what happened.
  • Tommy was as quiet as a mouse during the meeting.

How about you? Do you know anyone who is as quiet as a mouse?
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