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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Far from being an abdication of responsibility, Thompson's incommunicativeness (in the sense that he doesn't speak for the objects or situations he sets up) is deeply informed by contemporary museo-logical and anthropological debates about collecting, displaying, and defining cultures--particularly those that suffered under colonialism.
In fact, when Soledad tires of what she perceives as her mother's incommunicativeness,
Finally--and it is perhaps the most important aspect--separatism imposes incommunicativeness between State law and religious legal order.
One reason for this incommunicativeness is that the disparate values of the white and black communities are not yet fully compatible.
The obverse side of the couple's incommunicativeness surfaces in the final sequences of Modern Love, and it is similarly poignant and familiar.