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(n.) Authority or liberty given to do or forbear any act; especially, a formal permission from the proper authorities to perform certain acts or to carry on a certain business, which without such permission would be illegal; a grant of permission; as, a license to preach, to practice medicine, to sell gunpowder or intoxicating liquors.
(n.) The document granting such permission.
(n.) Excess of liberty; freedom abused, or used in contempt of law or decorum; disregard of law or propriety.
(n.) That deviation from strict fact, form, or rule, in which an artist or writer indulges, assuming that it will be permitted for the sake of the advantage or effect gained; as, poetic license; grammatical license, etc.
(v. t.) To permit or authorize by license; to give license to; as, to license a man to preach.
(a.) Of or pertaining to selenium; derived from, or containing, selenium; specifically, designating those compounds in which the element has a higher valence as contrasted with selenious compounds.
(n.) The state of being silent; entire absence of sound or noise; absolute stillness.
(n.) Forbearance from, or absence of, speech; taciturnity; muteness.
(n.) Secrecy; as, these things were transacted in silence.
(n.) The cessation of rage, agitation, or tumilt; calmness; quiest; as, the elements were reduced to silence.
(n.) Absence of mention; oblivion.
(interj.) Be silent; -- used elliptically for let there be silence, or keep silence.
(v. t.) To compel to silence; to cause to be still; to still; to hush.
(v. t.) To put to rest; to quiet.
(v. t.) To restrain from the exercise of any function, privilege of instruction, or the like, especially from the act of preaching; as, to silence a minister of the gospel.
(v. t.) To cause to cease firing, as by a vigorous cannonade; as, to silence the batteries of an enemy.