Definition of Timidity:
Sentence/Example of Timidity:
She divined him, moreover, to be a blend of boldness and timidity.
After all, Mary was only a woman, despite her cleverness, and with all a woman's timidity.
But Felicien was, like Angelique, almost stifled with emotion and timidity.
He forbore touching that mystery out of love, timidity, and indolence.
I was very inexperienced on the stage, and my timidity made me rather awkward.
But willingly would I breathe a soul to animate your timidity.
Mr. Smith opened his eyes as wide as his timidity would let him.
His case, therefore, is exceptional and he has less than the usual cause for timidity.
She vanished, a little fluttered, lovelier than ever in her mixture of confusion and timidity.
But do you not see that modesty and timidity are feelings implanted in man's nature?