Synonyme von diffident
lacking self-confidenceThe new employee was diffident and reserved in meetings.
He is painfully shy when it comes to talking to new people.
He was unemotional and reserved.
Her husband had become withdrawn and moody.
modest, , , , ,
He's modest, as well as being a great player.
She was insecure about her performance at her new job.
A timid child, she had learnt obedience at an early age.
I felt a bit self-conscious in my swimming costume.
I was hesitant about accepting the invitation.
He was a meek, mild-mannered fellow.
She has a gentle, unassuming manner.
unobtrusive, , , ,
He managed the factory with unobtrusive efficiency.
a bashful child
He is a reclusive, timorous creature.
completely out of character to her normal unassertive self
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in the sense of backward
reluctant or bashful
in the sense of bashful
shy or modesta bashful child
in the sense of hesitant
doubtful and unsure in speech or actionI was hesitant about accepting the invitation.
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