incommunicative


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Synonyms for incommunicative

Synonyms for incommunicative

not inclined to talk or give information or express opinions

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There's the upwardly mobile Loadsamoney, radio DJs Smashie and Nicey, and who could forget moody, incommunicative Kevin the Teenager?
China relations should sour to the point of an incommunicative posture.
Both Saul and Salieri feel ignored by God and complain that God has been incommunicative, not responding to their addresses.
While Phillips includes incommunicative men in most of his fiction, his solution here--Keith's otherwise taciturn father narrates his life in lengthy monologues--is unconvincing, and the details of the father's story are overly familiar.
Earle portrays the military and civilian assistance agencies operating in Iraq as a woefully dysfunctional and incommunicative bureaucracy incapable of helping the Iraqi people play a role in their recovery and self-governance.
Many union leaders liked Sweeney but were irritated by his senior staff, whom they saw as too controlling, incommunicative and inclined to run meetings in a scripted fashion without meaningful discussion.
She was really singing that aria; she was really singing in Italian, and it was still Grace, who could be a little incommunicative at times, but had a voice that transported her beyond the boundaries of St.
China, despite its apparent attempts to allow the capitalist west to grab a share of its fast-growing economy, remains famously incommunicative.
He was introverted and incommunicative, which is hard when you're trying to make an album.
The Ode is bound to attempt the task of drawing the incommunicative phenomenon into the domain of language and thereby translate language into the urn's aesthetic mode.
Sibbi has been raised by a single-minded and incommunicative older brother in an isolated cabin in the hills; she has had no education, can barely speak, yet has been drawn down from the hills to the schoolhouse and to this knoll by a hunger for words both spoken and written, for communication, for some form of Heidegger's Saying.
since_" point incommunicative Mum in, I can't voice.