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“Reticent" denotes only reluctance to speak; do not use it for any frequently misunderstood as being synonymous with "reluctant.”
“Reticent about the details of the Facebook-developed Facebook competitor, Zuckerberg did say that it would be cool enough to give Facebook a run for its money but not quite cool enough to surpass the Harvard-born social network in popularity.”
“Reticent and highly disciplined, he liked things neat and orderly.”
“Reticent indeed would any major media outlet be to suggest Goldman had cheated.”
“Reticent and morally upright, the 66-year-old Carnahan was deeply mourned in a part of the country that has little patience for shifty or timid politicians.”
“Reticent about his private passions, he's eloquent about his public passion -- the art and ethos of acting.”
“Reticent, deep aromas of pineapple, powdered stone and minerals, with a roasted, oily aspect.”
“Reticent to Speak Out Most Rockefellers have been reticent to speak publicly about the effort.”
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“Reticent at first in her presence, they soon relaxed and went on gossiping and cussing into the small hours.”
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