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  • EN [ ˈdɪfɪdənt]
  • US [ ˈdɪfɪdənt, -ˌdɛnt]

English definition


  • 1. showing modest reserve;

    • "she was diffident when offering a comment on the professor's lecture"
  • 2. lacking self-confidence;

    • "stood in the doorway diffident and abashed"
    • "problems that call for bold not timid responses"
    • "a very unsure young man"

Example sentences

  • He has a politely diffident manner.

  • The simulation test can study the movement law of pollutant diffusion under the diffident hydrodynamic condition.

  • He was diffident and silent.

  • He is diffident of his success.

  • She was of a helpless, fleshy build, with a frank, open countenances innocent, diffident manner.

  • He was too diffident to do justice to himself.

  • I was diffident about saying so.

  • While they speak softly, they are far from diffident.

  • She is diffident about expressing her opinions.

  • I am fond of a diffident way which I see you to exhibit.

  • She is a diffident student.

  • He is diffident about expressing his opinions in the public.

  • He is diffident about expressing his opinions.

  • He felt a little diffident about asking concerning her success.

  • Id be diffident if the men wouldnt differentiate between us all the time.

  • We be placed in an inside Chinese language to turn the extreme diffident ages.

  • Don't be so diffident about your talents.

  • His fault is that he's too diffident.

  • The Communist Party is diffident about claim to any development model that other countries might copy.

  • He was to diffident to do justice to himself.

  • She was diffident when offering a comment on the professor's lecture.

  • He looked diffident, and amiable, and independent, and he, too, was evidently English.

  • Dick was always diffident when to staff matters and not been ableto summonthe gumption tothe table.

  • In cool weather, serpents do not tempt; they grow diffident, recede and hibernate.

  • I was diffident about [ of ] saying so.

  • In the diffident manner was nothing of the art of the courtesan.

  • Helen was diffident and reserved.

  • Her conqueror, Senator Pete Wilson, is a diffident, moderate man.


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