untalkative


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temperamentally disinclined to talk

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And this is perhaps one of the reasons I was so untalkative, I mean this trouble I had in understanding not only what others said to me but also what I said to them" (50, emphasis added)--he displays a near impossibility for human beings: an uncertainty about his own mental states and perceptions.
He is a reserved, untalkative fellow who takes scrupulous care, down to the last penny, of the family estate's affairs.
Just as untalkative was Darren Butt, a director of Land Strategy along with Kevin Hilton, 37, of Ormskirk, Lancs.
FOR a guy who makes a living out of commentating on telly, Paul Azinger is in a surprisingly untalkative mood.
Here is unfenced existence: Facing the sun, untalkative, out of reach.
One of Woosnam's teachers recalls a fairly untalkative, fiercely determined pupil with a short temper and a burning desire to succeed.
There's nothing that I'm upset about, and there's no certain thing that sets it off, but sometimes I just feel very untalkative, snappy and emotional.