incommunicative

[ in-kuh-myoo-ni-kuh-tiv, -key- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incommunicative
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With those who claimed my admiration and affection, it was impossible to be incommunicative.

I certainly did not impose any unfair burden upon her incommunicative disposition.

Evidently there is news that spreads even among these incommunicative ghouls.

Mrs. Tailleur's companion slid back into her seat and sat there smiling to herself and to the incommunicative night.

The travelling company was not large, and was composed of incommunicative persons: I could not exchange a word with any of them.

Incommunicative as he was, some time elapsed before I had an opportunity of gauging his mind.

Still as we travelled he grew more sullen, became restless, incommunicative, and muttered occasionally to himself.

When you met him on the stairs he was incommunicative and gloomy; and whatever you asked him to do he was too busy to do it.

How miserable, how deservedly miserable is an incommunicative selfishness!

O Death, thou strange mysterious power,—seen every day, yet never understood but by the incommunicative dead—what art thou?

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