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1. She was morose, pale, and reticent.
2. He is very reticent about his past.
3. She is so reticent about her achievements.
4. Most of the students were reticent about answering questions.
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5. He was extremely reticent about his personal life.
6. He was reticent about his opinion.
7. She's strangely reticent about her son.
8. He seemed unduly reticent on the subject of his past.
9. The official reports are also reticent.
10. Christopher was reticent about himself, especially his good points.
11. In this matter, she is strangely reticent.
12. Journalists, likewise, scarcely seem reticent in their claims.
13. She was shy and reticent.
14. Yet over one thing Edna had remained consistently reticent.
15. John always was more reticent than his sister.
16. John always hung back, was more reticent.
17. Irma was a shy and reticent child.
18. Shaw is clearly reticent about discussing his private life.
19. He is famously reticent in talking about his extraordinary physical ordeal.
20. This is one of the reasons banks are reticent about electronic commerce, fearing it will not be profitable.
21. The hon. Gentleman has been noticeably reticent in this respect in the past.
22. It's acoustic and a little more reticent, but highly focused and with plenty of absorbing incident.
23. Auster was somewhat reticent about it at first, but finally admitted he was working on a new book.
24. Bryn is reticent about his part in the secret war.
25. Afterwards he was reticent about the ill-fortune which has plagued him.
26. Throughout his career Smith was extremely reticent about his personal affairs and shunned publicity.
27. Rivers was a shy, reticent man hampered by a stammer.
28. Alan Strachan as director knits the whole show together neatly and Jonathan Cohen on piano is a suitably reticent accompanist.
29. On no other topic were these former officers of the Liverpool City so reticent.
30. But on few matters, it must be added, is even the most sophisticated economic and social comment more reticent.
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