Definition of 'tight-lipped'
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She refuses to talk openly about her personal life these days, and her family and friends remain tight-lipped too.The Sun (2010)
It remains tight-lipped about how much the car would cost in the real world, mainly because it will be prohibitively expensive.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Bosses are keeping tight-lipped about WHO he will play.The Sun (2008)
AS one leading boss launched into the energy costs row, another yesterday remained tight-lipped on the subject.The Sun (2013)
But although she remained tight-lipped yesterday, a few lines on her blog go a long way to explaining how she sees her role in the affairs.The Sun (2016)
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Definition of tight-lipped from the Collins English Dictionary