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tac·i·turn
[tas-i-turn]
ADJECTIVE
1.
inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation.
2.
dour, stern, and silent in expression and manner.
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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 ...

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Taciturn definition, inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation. See more.

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I went on speech strike … remaining defiantly taciturn through a procession of speech therapists and psychotherapists, verbalizing only to the gardener and ...

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adjective. (of a person) reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little. ' after such gatherings she would be taciturn and morose'. More example sentences.

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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 ...

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taciturn (comparative more taciturn, superlative most taciturn) ... have been more different, one so boisterous and expressive, the other so taciturn and calm.

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taciturn definition, meaning, what is taciturn: tending not to speak much: . Learn more.