1. showing modest reserve;
2. lacking self-confidence;
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.
There is relatively little information about diffident, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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