undemonstrative

Demonstrative vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

demonstrative | undemonstrative |


As adjectives the difference between demonstrative and undemonstrative

is that demonstrative is while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

Undemonstrative vs Impervious - What's the difference?

undemonstrative | impervious | Related terms |

Undemonstrative is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between undemonstrative and impervious

is that undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

Restful vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

restful | undemonstrative | Related terms |

Restful is a related term of undemonstrative.


As adjectives the difference between restful and undemonstrative

is that restful is (computing) using rest (representational state transfer) while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

Undemonstrative vs Indifferent - What's the difference?

undemonstrative | indifferent | Related terms |

Undemonstrative is a related term of indifferent.


As an adjective undemonstrative

is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

As a verb indifferent is

.

Quiet vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

quiet | undemonstrative | Related terms |

Quiet is a related term of undemonstrative.


As adjectives the difference between quiet and undemonstrative

is that quiet is with little or no sound; free from of disturbing noise while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

As a verb quiet

is to become quiet, silent, still, tranquil, calm.

As a noun quiet

is the absence of sound; quietness.

Composed vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

composed | undemonstrative | Related terms |

Composed is a related term of undemonstrative.


As adjectives the difference between composed and undemonstrative

is that composed is showing composure while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

As a verb composed

is (compose).

Placid vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

placid | undemonstrative | Synonyms |

Placid is a synonym of undemonstrative.


As adjectives the difference between placid and undemonstrative

is that placid is serene; calm while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

Undemonstrative vs Unstirred - What's the difference?

undemonstrative | unstirred | Related terms |

Undemonstrative is a related term of unstirred.


As adjectives the difference between undemonstrative and unstirred

is that undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant while unstirred is that has not been mixed by stirring.

Unfeeling vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

unfeeling | undemonstrative | Related terms |

Unfeeling is a related term of undemonstrative.


As adjectives the difference between unfeeling and undemonstrative

is that unfeeling is without emotion or sympathy while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

Unimpassioned vs Undemonstrative - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | undemonstrative | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of undemonstrative.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and undemonstrative

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while undemonstrative is not given to showing emotion or feelings; reserved or distant.

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