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“Diffidence is a crippling quality for both salespeople and politicians; Warner seems to have none.”
“As this sudden Desertion of ones self shews a Diffidence, which is not displeasing, it implies at the same time the greatest Respect to an Audience that can be.”
“The reasons given are, that they have taken advantage of the distressed creditor, and shown a Diffidence in the public.”
“Diffidence and amusement park rides are hardly the peanut butter and jelly of human experience.”
“Diffidence sounded peculiar in a rumbling basso, out of so towering a body.”
“There is not Modesty and Diffidence enough in the Traits you Send me.”
“Diffidence was simply not in her nature; she was going to have to find something else.”
“He has a look of Conceit, affectation, Suspicion, and Diffidence.”
“-- _Smithson's Amiableness of Candour and Diffidence_, page”
“Authors before mentioned, it has been with a Diffidence, and after the most serious and particular Examination of what they have delivered.”
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