standoffish[ stand-aw-fish, -of-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF standoffish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STANDOFFISH
But even at that I dont see why she should be so standoffish.
Not that she was still what he would have called "standoffish" with him.
Harvie, who was the only one of us left, said that Sir Arthur was as standoffish and superior as ever.
I am sure I don't know what to think of the English students being "standoffish" with Americans.
The meal ended, she rose and swept him a curtsey, neither over-friendly nor standoffish.
It did, but I persisted in my standoffish attitude on that particular point of contention.