Undemonstrative



undemonstrative
[uhn-duh-mon-struh-tiv] /ˌʌn dəˈmɒn strə tɪv/

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adjective
1.
not given to open exhibition or expression of emotion, especially of affection.
undemonstrative
/ˌʌndɪˈmɒnstrətɪv/
adjective
1.
tending not to show the feelings; of a reserved nature

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