shy person

NOUN
  1. someone who shrinks from familiarity with others
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  • The list is not comprehensive, as Hillary is a shy person and not known to going out much at night, though champagne and choccies can help drag me from the computer.
  • This is why timidity is often praised as "good manners' when really it is to the disadvantage of the shy person. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice
  • She's a shy person's never been onewear her heart on her sleeve.
  • This is why timidity is often praised as "good manners' when really it is to the disadvantage of the shy person. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice
  • But deep down he is a shy person who thinks about what other people think about him. Times, Sunday Times
  • for all his bluster he is in essence a shy person
  • They are not exactly wallflowers, but their shy personalities can give others the impression of being rather quiet and withdrawn.
  • I am a shy person and I actually get embarrassed when people compliment me for my looks. But when I think about it later, I feel good. I don't have any regrets in my life. I am happy with whatever God has given me be it personally or professionally. I get up early in the morning and do yoga to stay fit. I don't go to gym and all. Dharminder 
  • He was a shy person and did not enjoy school very much.
  • A shy person might wear longer sleeves over their hands and, maybe, baggier, more concealing clothing (jackets and hoodies and turtlenecks). Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Open Writing Forum
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