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Synonyms for tightlipped

Synonyms for tightlipped

inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information

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Reporters assigned to the case can't be blamed for churning out pabulum, however, for both sides were exasperatingly tightlipped.
Portraying her own family and its disorderly wreck of a home somewhere in the low-rent backwaters of upstate New York--and acting as both participant and observing eye--Baran eschewed the reportorial melodrama of a Richard Billingham in favor of a more tightlipped but also more forgiving sense of unease.
Although CAI was remaining tightlipped about the announcement, it is likely to involve CAI's eTrust e-commerce platform which the company announced in July.
Whitbread, which owns the other half of First Quench, is remaining tightlipped.
Nadine has remained tightlipped and has not yet confirmed who will be managing her with fans left wondering if she will turn to her former manager Louis Walsh to get her career back on track.
They are staying tightlipped on whether she ends up in jail or not.
The Dutchman is remaining tightlipped over whether he will extend his contract once the deal expires in the summer and will make an announcement on that issue next month.
All except for a handful of artsy teens near the back, who maintained a tightlipped nonchalance.