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- adj. comparative form of timid: more timid
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At the top of the companion -- ladder Melissa stood waiting for us, demure, but subdued, with a still timider look than ever upon that sweet, shrinking, small face of hers.
The timider of the guilty pair drank unwarily, not knowing what was offered to him, and fell into a fit of coughing.
Their charm is now magnanimously conceded and now violently confuted in their public prints; now and then an Englishman lets himself go -- over his own signature even, at times -- and denounces our women, their loveliness, their liveliness, their goodness, in terms which if I repeated them would make some timider spirits pause in their resolution to marry
David Davis is agitated by the fairness issue, but his revolt puts voter pressure on timider colleagues.
All the rarer and timider birds, that one never sees anywhere else. "
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