Nghĩa của từ reticence bằng Tiếng Anh
[ret·i·cence || 'retɪsəns]
tendency to remain silent, tendency to keep quiet; quality of having self-restraint, quality of being reserved
Đặt câu với từ "reticence"
1. What's your reticence?
2. His reticence will continue to baffle his biographer .
3. His reticence are more revealing than his speech.
4. His reticence is more revealing than his speech.
5. Pearl didn't mind his reticence; in fact she liked it.
6. His reticence about his past made them very suspicious.
7. Less information and reticence are characteristic of prizewinners this year.
8. He always displays a certain reticence in discussing personal matters.
9. There is a quite natural reticence to reveal it to outsiders.
10. On occasion even the latter have lost their usual reticence and blundered.
11. In contrast walking slowly into a room may indicate reticence or apprehension.
12. Even his softly spoken voice suggests a reticence toward off-stage communication.
13. This is a family peculiarity-a reticence in expressing sentiment or deep feeling.
14. He breaks out of his normal reticence and tells me the whole story.
15. That night she had overcome her natural reticence and talked about their married life.
16. This produces some lively interest-and some illuminating questions once the children overcome their inevitable reticence.
17. Her reticence was in sharp contrast to the glamour and star status of her predecessors.
18. Lord Hamlyn eventually broke cover himself, giving ill health as the explanation for his reticence.
19. The book is written in spare prose that seems to want to strike a note of manly reticence.
20. But this comradeship turned to a strange reticence during the last few days of the journey.
21. Minded by corpulent nymphets with wings and frowns, in reticence they guard their deeply embedded doubts.
22. The reticence which had surrounded the subject for so long had suddenly collapsed on all sides.
23. In the past, non - OPEC firms would have more than compensated for the cartel's reticence to invest.
24. 12 But this comradeship turned to a strange reticence during the last few days of the journey.
25. He realised that Marion's reticence was to protect the secret of her love affair with Ronald Travis.
26. The internal affairs of a member state are no business of the union, hence the reticence in Brussels.
27. There was, moreover, a vehemence of utterance and gesture curiously at variance with the reticence of our Virginians.
28. Wang Ho-fu spoke with his usual bantering smile, which contrasted strongly with Sun Chi-jen's reticence and taciturnity.
29. The mystery surrounding the identity of property owners can be partly explained by a typical Victorian reticence concerning financial matters.
30. I happen to think that behind much of that flamboyance in his earlier years there was a fund of timidity and reticence.
31. In the talkfest every one spoke one's mind without reticence, fully affirming the achievements of our school made in the recent years.
32. Forgive me for my reticence but I know that many of the present-day inhabitants would not appreciate the need of it.
33. Maxwell's biographer and friend, Lewis Campbell, adopted an uncharacteristic reticence on the subject of Katherine, though describing their married life as "one of unexampled devotion".
34. Some reckon its failure to unearth masses of new information is down to a mix of mendacious reticence on the part of key witnesses and the pusillanimity of their inquisitors.
35. During his stay in Japan, his adroitness, insinuating manners and medical skill overcame the habitual jealousy and reticence of the natives, and enabled him to elicit much valuable information. In November 1692 he left Japan for Java and Europe, and in October 1693 he landed at Amsterdam .