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Miran, tih.

1. aloof


Sinonimi: distant

Remote in manner; SYN. distant.

2. coy


Sinonimi: demure | overmodest

ETYM Old Eng. coi quiet, still, Old Fren. coi, coit, fromL. quietus quiet, p. p. of quiescere to rest, quie rest; prob. akin to Eng. while. Related to While, Quiet, Quit, Quite.
1. Affectedly modest or shy especially in a playful or provocative way; SYN. demure, overmodest.
2. Modestly or warily rejecting approaches or overtures.
3. Showing marked and often playful or irritating evasiveness or reluctance to make a definite or committing statement.

3. creep-mouse


4. demure


ETYM Perh. from Old Fren. de murs (i. e., de bonnes murs of good manners); de of + murs, mours, meurs, mors, French moeurs, from Latin mores (sing. mos) manners, morals (see Moral); or more prob. from Old Fren. meür, French műr mature, ripe (see Mature) in a phrase preceded by de, as de műre conduite of mature conduct.
1. Of sober or serious mien; composed and decorous in bearing; of modest look; staid; grave.
2. Affectedly modest, decorous, or serious; making a show of gravity.

5. diffident


Sinonimi: shy | timid | unsure

ETYM Latin diffidens, -entis, p. pr. of diffidere; dif- = dis + fidere to trust; akin to fides faith. Related to Faith, Defy.
1. Lacking self-confidence; SYN. shy, timid, unsure.
2. Showing modest reserve.
3 Overly shy or modest. Shy; modest.

6. private


ETYM Latin privatus apart from the state, peculiar to an individual, private, properly p. p. of privare to bereave, deprive, originally, to separate, from privus single, private. Related to Prior, Deprive, Privy.
1. Concerning things deeply private and personal.
2. Confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy.

7. recluse


Sinonimi: reclusive | withdrawn

ETYM French reclus, Latin reclusus, from recludere, reclusum, to unclose, open, in Late Lat., to shut up. Related to Close.
Withdrawn from society; seeking solitude; SYN. reclusive, withdrawn.

8. reticent


Sinonimi: self-effacing | untalkative

ETYM Latin reticens, p. pr. of reticere to keep silence; re- + tacere to be silent. Related to Tacit.
1. Reluctant to draw attention to oneself; SYN. self-effacing.
2. Temperamentally disinclined to talk; SYN. untalkative.

9. retired


Sinonimi: superannuated | out of service

1. No longer active in one's work or profession.
2. Discharged as too old for use or work; especially with a pension; SYN. superannuated.
3. (Of a ship) Withdrawn from active service; SYN. out of service.

10. retiring


Sinonimi: unassuming

Not arrogant or presuming; SYN. unassuming.

11. secret


Sinonimi: private

ETYM French secret (cf. Spanish and Portu. secreto, Italian secreto, segreto), from Latin secretus, p. p. of secernere to put apart, to separate. Related to Certain, Secrete, Secern.
1. Communicated covertly.
2. Not expressed; SYN. private.
3. Not open or public; kept private or not revealed.
4. The next to highest level of official classification for documents (before).

12. self-contained


Constituting a complete and independent unit in and of itself; selfcontained

13. shy


(Informal) Short
1. Easily startled or frightened.
2. Wary and distrustful; disposed to avoid persons or things

14. taciturn


ETYM Latin taciturnus: cf. French taciturne. Related to Tacit.
Habitually reserved and uncommunicative.

15. unassuming


Not assuming; not arrogant or presuming; humble; modest; retiring

16. unpretentious


Lacking pretension or affectation

17. withdrawn


1. Removed from immediate contact or easy approach; isolated
2, Socially detached and unresponsive; exhibiting withdrawal; introverted

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