(1) He was a rather taciturn individual who discouraged chatter in the theatre.(2) I trained myself so well I now have to be careful not to be taciturn .(3) But in her usual taciturn manner, the president kept silent, leaving it to her ministers to justify the hikes to the public.(4) Secretive and taciturn , he did not like to talk about himself and was loath to reveal too much about his thinking.├ö├ç┬¬(5) And she also tends to be rather taciturn , so many people who have access to her wonder what she's really thinking.(6) Friends described him as reserved, almost taciturn , but insatiably curious about science and technical processes.(7) The taciturn landlord, never quite friendly, usually acceptably civil and occasionally helpful, must be a type specially bred to run such places.(8) Those who worked with the taciturn Field Marshall revered him.(9) This quiet and taciturn man has been as responsible as any individual for the rise in England's fortunes.(10) He was conscious of it, but he was a taciturn man and just then he had nothing to say.(11) Never the most outgoing of men, he remains as taciturn as ever.(12) He was an extremely taciturn man, so it would have been totally out of character for him to have consciously chosen to make up that sort of thing.(13) That taciturn man with the eyes of a kind wizard has brought about a veritable revolution in gymnastics.(14) It was okay for boxers of 50 years ago to be taciturn , but today the champion is expected to be an entertainer.(15) He was also taciturn , but enumerated that he wanted a relationship with me.(16) These were a taciturn lot, slow-thinking, cautious and secretive.