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Coy Definition in Context with Images – Visual Dictionary

Coy definition in context with images in visual dictionary

Coy definition in context with images in visual dictionary and thesaurus for advanced ESL students. /kɔɪ/ (adj) Coy definition (usually of women) pretending to be shy or modest, timid, bashful, diffident, coquettish, pretentiously shy, reserved, self-effacing, reticent, unassured, demure Video of coy Watch this video on YouTube Coy in context A friend (who likes me)…

Modest Definition in Context with Images

Modest definition in context with images and synonyms

Modest definition in context with images and synonyms from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, modest, in real short passages with illustrations and improve your reading comprehension at the same time. /ˈmɒd.ɪst/ (adj) Modest definition showing the quality of humility and not bragging about one’s abilities and achievements, humble, unpretentious, meek,…

Reticent 1100 Words You Need Week 2 Day 1

Reticent 1100 Words You Need Reticent 1100 Words You Need /ˈret.ɪ.sənt/ US /ˈreţ.ə-/ (adj) Reticent definition unwilling to speak about your thoughts or feelings, quiet, restrained, uncommunicative, taciturn, silent, reserved: Example Most of the students were reticent about answering questions. Antonyms talkative, verbose, voluble Parts of speech Noun: reticence Adverb: reticently

Chary 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Chary in real context with images and synonyms

Chary 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with synonyms, antonyms and images used in authentic context and real short passages to perfect your reading comprehension and expand your academic vocabulary /ˈtʃeə.ri/ (adj) Definition very cautious and afraid and therefore unwilling to take risks or take action, circumspect, uncertain, discreet, guarded, heedful,…

Definition of Demure in Visual Dictionary

Who is a demure woman or child in LELB Society's visual dictionary with real context

Definition of Demure in visual dictionary with real examples and many synonyms. All those synonyms per se have been used in real context with illustrations. /dɪˈmjʊəʳ/ (adj) Definition looking modest and shy, well-behaved and quiet, diffident, timid, coy, bashful, reserved, meek, unassertive, reticent, decorous, unassured, sedate, retiring Example In the past, In public. of course,…

Diffident GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Diffident GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Diffident GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈdɪf.ɪ.dənt/ (adj) lacking confidence, shy, timorous, bashful, backward, reticent, unassuming, demure, coy, unconfident, self-effacing, meek, timid, retiring, reserved, humble, unobtrusive, hesitant, self-doubting, insecure Shyness can truly hold people back–partly because those who are shy and diffident tend to avoid public situations and speaking up, and partly because they experience so much…

Taciturn GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Taciturn GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Taciturn GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈtæs.ɪ.tɜːn/ (adj) talking little or silent by nature, reticent, reserved, quiet, shy, laconic, uncommunicative, introverted, withdrawn, mute, untalkative, dumb Sometimes it’s easy to spot the introverts. In large groups, we “quiet and taciturn ones” can usually be found just listening and observing. We shun small talk and try to speak only…

Lily-livered 1100 Words You Need Week 34 Day 4

Lily-livered 1100 Words You Need Week 34 Day 4 Lily-livered 1100 Words You Need Week 34 Day 4 /ˌlɪl.iˈlɪv.əd/ US /-ɚd/ (adj) cowardly and weak, gutless, timid, unmanly, lacking courage, shy, fearful, timorous, diffident, reticent, retiring, faint-hearted, apprehensive, hesitant A jealous boyfriend has been found guilty of killing his ex-partner and her unborn baby in…