taciturnity

[ tas-i-tur-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF taciturnity
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Their taciturnity and irrisibility however, are confined to their sober hours.

Razumov's taciturnity only excited her to a quicker, more voluble utterance.

They greeted me with their usual friendliness, but I could not help noticing their taciturnity.

Colonel Feraud's taciturnity was the outcome of concentrated rage.

His taciturnity was as eloquent as the repeated warning of the slave of the feast.

Dominic, too, devoted himself to his business, but his taciturnity was sardonic.

If the priest perceived these new signs of taciturnity, he ignored them.

Not that appetite failed him; indeed, he ate the more for his taciturnity.

His taciturnity on this particular day was a thing beyond any experience with it she had yet had.

During their walk she did not attempt to invade his taciturnity.

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