diffident

[adj] - showing modest reserve 2. [adj] - lacking self-confidence
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Diffident

Dif'fi¬∑dent adjective [ Latin diffidens , -entis , present participle of diffidere ; dif- = dis + fidere to trust; akin to fides faith. See Faith , and confer Defy .] 1. Wanting confidence in others; distrustful. [ Archaic] « ...
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diffident

shy adjective lacking self-confidence; `stood in the doorway diffident and abashed`; `problems that call for bold not timid responses`; `a very unsure young man`
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Diffident

• (a.) Wanting confidence in one`s self; distrustful of one`s own powers; not self-reliant; timid; modest; bashful; characterized by modest reserve. • (a.) Wanting confidence in others; distrustful.
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diffident

diffident 1. Lacking self-confidence; distrustful of oneself. 2. Not confident in disposition; timid, shy, modest, bashful. Diffident means lacking in self-confidence. The literal meaning is 'not trusting'.
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diffident

lacking self-confidence
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diffident

overly shy or modest
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diffident

lacking self-confidence
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diffident

lacking self-confidence
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diffident

lacking self-confidence; timid; shy.
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diffident

showing modest reserve
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