Taciturn or Taciturnity may refer to: HMS Taciturn (P314), a British submarine of
the third group of the T class; Silence · Abandonment (legal) failure to assert a ...
Taciturn definition, inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in
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Define taciturn: tending to be quiet : not speaking frequently — taciturn in a
Someone who is taciturn is reserved, not loud and talkative. The word itself refers
to the trait of reticence, of seeming aloof and uncommunicative. A taciturn ...
Pronunciation of taciturn. How to say taciturn with audio by Macmillan Dictionary.
adjective. (of a person) reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little: '
after such gatherings she would be taciturn and morose'. More example
How to use taciturn in a sentence. Example sentences with the word taciturn.
taciturn example sentences.
The definition of taciturn is someone who doesn't say much. An example of
taciturn is a person who sits quietly at the edge of the room and only responds in
Characterized by reserve or a lack of expression: "Beneath his taciturn exterior
was an optimist" (Buzz Bizzinger). [French taciturne, from Old French, from Latin ...
taciturn (comparative more taciturn, superlative most taciturn) ... have been more
different, one so boisterous and expressive, the other so taciturn and calm.