The quality of being reticent; reserve: the traditional emotional reticence of the British
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- That said, the compression and reticence of Italian high modernist poetry are still prominent stylistic features in Italian verse.
- The reticence of our style, chosen, we thought, as appropriate to the forum, requires each reader to substantiate our claims on their own.
- This really very scary Japanese ghost story from director Hideo Nakata exerts a chilling grip with its icy calm and eerie reticence.
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