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Her father, a lumber company owner, was taciturn and remote, she recalled in her self-titled memoir.
While the latter was remarkably eloquent, the former was taciturn to the last degree.
She spoke no word of English and seemed rather taciturn; the only anxiety she manifested was as to the amount of her remuneration.
Pale, lean, taciturn and somewhat deaf, he bore much resemblance to the Knight of the Rueful Countenance.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
Josephine appeared as usual at breakfast: talkative to her father, and taciturn to her female companion.
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They were silent and taciturn, and acted as though a short conversation indicated a "financial touch."
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Mrs. Errington, on the other hand, was not at all taciturn, but she desired to have the talk chiefly to herself.
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I was taciturn, he lively as one of the crickets that used to chirp behind his little Queen Anne teapot of a fireplace.
Molire was naturally of a reserved and taciturn temper; insomuch that his friend Boileau used to call him the Contemplateur.
In the changed atmosphere the uncles and aunts assumed their old unsocial and taciturn ways.

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