Definition of Reticences

1. reticence [n] - See also: reticence



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reticences

rethreaded
rethreading
rethreads
rethrew
rethrow
rethrowing
rethrown
rethrows
retia
retial
retiari
retiarii
retiarius
retiary
reticence
reticences (current term)
reticencies
reticency
reticent
reticently
retick
reticket
reticketed
reticketing
retickets
reticle
reticle eyepiece
reticles
reticul-
reticula

Literary usage of Reticences

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Critical Miscellanies by John Morley (1908)
"The reticences of men are often only less full of meaning than their most pregnant speech; and Mr. Carlyle's unbroken silence upon the modern validity and ..."

2. Critical Miscellanies by John Morley (1898)
"The reticences of men are often only less full of meaning than their most pregnant speech; and Mr. Carlyle's unbroken silence upon the modern validity and ..."

3. Recollections of Mirabeau: And of the Two First Legislative Assemblies of France by Etienne Dumont (1832)
"The memoirs of Dumouriez upon his own administration are generally very correct, and yet there are reticences in them. I much regret, on this account, ..."

4. Recollections of Mirabeau: And of the Two First Legislative Assemblies of France by Étienne Dumont (1833)
"The memoirs of Dumouriez upon his own administration are generally very correct, and yet there are reticences in them. I much regret, on this account, ..."

5. Recollections of Mirabeau: And of the Two First Legislative Assemblies of France by Etienne Dumont (1832)
"The memoirs of Dumouriez upon his own administration are generally very correct, and yet there are reticences in them. I much regret, on this account, ..."

6. The Story of the Four (evangelists) by Hugh Reginald Haweis (1886)
"68, was doubtless g2 the great crowning scandal, from the reticences Christian standpoint, of Nero's last OF LUKE- year—known to everyone in Rome ; for that ..."

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