Definition of incommunicative in English:

incommunicative

Line breaks: in|com¦mu¦ni|ca¦tive
Pronunciation: /ɪnkəˈmjuːnɪkətɪv
 
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adjective

Another term for uncommunicative. the incommunicative state we enter in front of a screen
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  • Dr Phillips is not on trial for being an old fashioned doctor or for being a brusque doctor or an insensitive and rough doctor, for being an incommunicative doctor, for being an unsubtle doctor or even for being an incompetent doctor.
  • But I think incommunicative scientists are fine so long as they are accompanied by science communicators.
  • Instead of writing off incommunicative guys as jerks, step back and realize guys are people, too.

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