taciturn

[ tas-i-turn ]SEE DEFINITION OF taciturn

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TACITURN

She was as taciturn as ever, speaking scarcely a half-dozen words.

But you know what Mr Merdle is; you know how taciturn and reserved he is.

Janzen, for his part, was as taciturn as his friend Bache was garrulous.

I know just what sort of a person he is—sombre and taciturn.

Meg, white-faced and taciturn, went back to Wren's End on Tuesday night.

The old man, a taciturn Provencal, was in no haste to answer.

Makola, taciturn and impenetrable, despised the two white men.

He was a very good sailor, I believe, taciturn and intelligent.

Levy hardly knew him for the shy, taciturn playfellow of his boyhood.

Anastasia on her return found her aunt unusually reserved and taciturn.

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