Synonyms for tight-lipped
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : tahyt-lipt|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈtaɪtˈlɪpt|
Top 10 synonyms for tight-lipped Other synonyms for the word tight-lipped
Définition of tight-lipped
- adj silent
- To them all he was a closed book, tight-lipped, a mask of brooding care.
- Extract from : « The Prisoner » by Alice Brown
- It was the face of a Roman mother, tight-lipped, brown-eyed, and fierce.
- Extract from : « Romance » by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
- He found Jake and Coffin in tight-lipped conference when he reached the lab.
- Extract from : « The Coffin Cure » by Alan Edward Nourse
- Tense and tight-lipped Mryna Brill slipped aboard the god-car.
- Extract from : « The Guardians » by Irving Cox
- In a tight-lipped rage he issued a proclamation and sent it after them.
- Extract from : « Pioneers of the Old South » by Mary Johnston
- But he has been as tight-lipped on the matter as his reticent old dad might have been.
- Extract from : « The Prairie Child » by Arthur Stringer
- But for that matter Boothy was a tight-lipped man who told his business to no one.
- Extract from : « Detectives, Inc. » by William Heyliger
- He glanced at Jackson, but the commander was as tight-lipped as ever.
- Extract from : « The Scouts of Stonewall » by Joseph A. Altsheler
- Tight-lipped, using her flashlight, she ran through the kitchen.
- Extract from : « The White Moll » by Frank L. Packard
- But at Christmas he had returned to Minneapolis, tight-lipped and strangely jubilant.
- Extract from : « This Side of Paradise » by F. Scott Fitzgerald
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