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taciturn

taciturn

taciturn Sentence Examples

  • At dinner the prince usually spoke to the taciturn Michael Ivanovich more often than to anyone else.

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  • He was without question a reactionary, morose and taciturn, and spent nearly all his time shut up in his palace.

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  • In society Anson seems to have been cold and taciturn.

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  • Normally patient, taciturn ox can sometimes turn eccentric and short-tempered.

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  • Sagittarian men are willing to overlook many things, including someone who does not display any athletic abilities or is taciturn, but they will not overlook cruelty to animals.

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  • taciturn business partner.

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  • He became melancholy, severe and taciturn.

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  • In society Anson seems to have been cold and taciturn.

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  • The count ordered his carriage that he might drive to Sokolniki, and sat in his study with folded hands, morose, sallow, and taciturn.

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  • The fact that his mom likes to talk, and tends to answer for him, magnifies his taciturn nature.

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  • Of a morose and taciturn character he is said to have been drinking heavily the week prior to the awful tragedy.

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  • He became melancholy, severe and taciturn.

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  • taciturn manner.

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  • Now, however, Wessels is guarded, even taciturn, on the subject of his former vice-captain.

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  • He's quite tight-lipped, quite dry and quite taciturn, but in an amused way.

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  • He was without question a reactionary, morose and taciturn, and spent nearly all his time shut up in his palace.

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  • He was, however, a somewhat - um - taciturn man.

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  • Just a little taciturn, huh?

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  • Presents Haig as a paradoxical figure taciturn, often inarticulate, but shrewd and ambitious.

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  • taciturn man.

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  • taciturn nature.

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  • taciturn character he is said to have been drinking heavily the week prior to the awful tragedy.

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  • taciturn father and none too approving mother.

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  • When we got back to our car, parked opposite a mosque, our driver, Yusuf, normally taciturn, was looking shaken.

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  • The notes and the colors have simply been two ways to communicate with the world, because I have always been very taciturn.

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  • Article continues Devotees of complementary therapies are rarely so taciturn, which is understandable.

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  • Prince Nicholas came in serious and taciturn.

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  • She meets younger brother and his garrulous and preganant wife (Adams), his taciturn father and none too approving mother.

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  • He talked very little, and seemed all the more mysterious for his taciturn manner.

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  • She also generates considerable chemistry with Bob Hoskins as her taciturn business partner.

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  • When we got back to our car, parked opposite a mosque, our driver, Yusuf, normally taciturn, was looking shaken.

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  • The notes and the colors have simply been two ways to communicate with the world, because I have always been very taciturn.

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  • Article continues Devotees of complementary therapies are rarely so taciturn, which is understandable.

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  • He 's quite tight-lipped, quite dry and quite taciturn, but in an amused way.

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  • They were a curiously taciturn and reticent race.

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  • Now, however, Wessels is guarded, even taciturn, on the subject of his former vice-captain.

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