used in The Great Gatsby
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not intense, or less active
The exact meaning of subdued
depends upon its context. For example:
- "subdued colors" — not too bright (soft, not intense)
- "a subdued voice" — quiet; perhaps whispered
- "a subdued mood" — quiet and less active; perhaps a bit sad or thoughtful
- "subdued summer activity" — less active or busy than normal
- A subdued impassioned murmur was audible in the room beyond, and Miss Baker leaned forward unashamed, trying to hear.
subdued = quiet
There are no more uses of "subdued" in The Great Gatsby.