Shy [adjective]

Definition of Shy:

quiet and self-conscious

Opposite/Antonyms of Shy:

Sentence/Example of Shy:

Sallie, he knew, was a friend of the shy, golden-haired sister.

He was a sensitive man, and did not realize that others were sometimes as shy as himself.

Such, in truth, was too often the habit of the shy and musing girl.

Frederica looked so shy, so confused, when we entered the room, that I felt for her exceedingly.

Her lids had dropped; she looked very slim, and young, and shy.

At this sound and this sight, my horse, that was shy, backed a little.

I had half a mind to try my hand at a visit; but felt too shy, and too much afraid.

He seemed to have a wild, shy look, like the offspring of an untamed, animal.

She gave me a shy smile and a low-voiced greeting as we passed.

"I didn't understand, you know," she told him with a slow, shy smile.