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Antonym: talkativeSimilar words: furnitureveracityturnturn onin turnturn offturn outturn inMeaning: ['tæsɪtɜrn /-tɜːn]  adj. habitually reserved and uncommunicative. 
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1. He was a quiet, almost taciturn, young man.
2. He's a reserved, taciturn person.
3. Why do the aged tend to be taciturn?
4. A taciturn man, he replied to my questions in monosyllables.
5. It was unlike her to be so taciturn.
6. These young men, taciturn, hard-working, serious, did not conduct themselves in what Mr Bullins considered the correct manner.
7. The taciturn Tor falls off his log and eventually complains of painful stomach muscles.
8. The ship's captain was a taciturn man who spoke only to give orders.
9. She was taciturn and almost melancholic; her parents had raised her on stories of hardship.
10. It was unlike her to be so taciturn - she must have had something on her mind.
11. Self - confident and taciturn he exuded authority.
12. Never talkative,( he was even more taciturn now.
13. He taciturn and unsociable, and rarely spoke to you.
14. He reverted to his old taciturn ways.
15. Dinitz had replaced the taciturn Yitzhak Rabin in March.
16. Mr Fogg was as calm and taciturn as ever.
17. He was taciturn and unsociable, and rarely spoke to you.
18. Prince was taciturn, unusual for him, but we still had a hug.
19. "At the Council board he was taciturn; and in the House of Lords he never opened his lips" (Macaulay).
20. The ant is the most industrious animal; however, it is the most taciturn one.
21. I tried to make polite small talk with him although he seemed distinctly taciturn, if not downright moody.
22. I decided that a weak-minded wife was the most likely answer; it would explain the seclusion[], the taciturn servants.
23. Rodgers, hailed none the less as a hero in papers across the country, was renowned for being taciturn.
24. The Raika were in trouble and when it came to articulating their misfortunes these normally taciturn men became eloquent.
25. They radiated a fierce interest in their work which was at odds with their taciturn manner.
26. They were met at the door by a mercifully taciturn priest, who escorted them without fuss to their quarters.
27. His father is a faceless figure: a retired brigadier, reserved and taciturn.
28. We took a floatplane to the trail head. Our taciturn guide pointed out that it was this robust aircraft that had helped to open up the wilderness in the Fifties.
29. He is the general name of the soldier, strong and stocky, taciturn.
30. The threat of which arrives in the person of Zhang (Sun Honglei), a taciturn detective hired by Wang to kill the adulterous couple.
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