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pridev

1. abeigh

pridev

2. bashful

pridev

Sinonimi: blate

1. Disposed to avoid notice; ('blate' is a Scottish term for bashful); SYN. blate.
2. Self-consciously timid

3. blushful

pridev

Sinonimi: rosy | blushing | red-faced

1. Blush colored; SYN. rosy.
2. Having a red face from embarrassment or shame or agitation or emotional upset; SYN. blushing, red-faced.

4. blushy

pridev

5. chary

pridev

Discreetly cautious or sparing.

6. coy

pridev

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.

7. coyish

pridev

8. creep-mouse

pridev

9. demure

pridev

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.

10. diffident

pridev

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.

11. prudish

pridev

Like a prude; very formal and moralizing; pretending to high virtue.

12. shamefaced

pridev

Sinonimi: sheepish

ETYM For shamefast; as. scamfaest. Related to Shame, and Fast firm.
1. Extremely modest or shy.
2. Showing a sense of shame; SYN. sheepish.

13. shy

pridev

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

14. timid

pridev

ETYM Latin timidus, from timere to fear; cf. Skr. tam to become breathless, to become stupefief: cf. French timide.
1. Contemptibly timid.
2. Showing fear and lack of confidence.

15. verecund

pridev

Modest; shy

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