Definition of uncommunicative in English:

uncommunicative

Line breaks: un|com¦mu¦ni|ca¦tive
Pronunciation: /ʌnkəˈmjuːnɪkətɪv
 
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adjective

Derivatives

uncommunicatively

adverb
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  • His work with Gray opened up the possibility of playing the self-destructive and chaotic, without ever allowing them to slip into something uncommunicatively self-pitying.
  • Neither of us said anything, and Brixton was uncommunicatively engaged in reading a railroad report.
  • However Hasselhoff is allowed to grunt uncommunicatively at them via a telephone as often as he likes.

uncommunicativeness

noun
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  • The majority of the patients experienced a significant improvement in the areas of hostility, uncommunicativeness, uncooperativeness, and repetitive behavior.
  • It seems unlikely that overnight my son has developed the male propensity for uncommunicativeness.
  • Another character in the film, He Zhiuru, takes uncommunicativeness to the ultimate level; he has been mute since age five.

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