Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
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Not tending to show feelings, especially of affection.
He was an undemonstrative person who rarely showed his emotions.
Not having or showing strong feelings or emotions.
She remained unemotional throughout the entire ordeal, even when others were in tears.
Tending to keep one's thoughts or feelings to oneself; not readily revealing one's opinions or emotions.
He was a reserved person who preferred to keep to himself.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Undemonstrative describes someone who does not show feelings, especially of affection.
- 2Unemotional describes someone who does not have or show strong feelings or emotions.
- 3Reserved describes someone who tends to keep their thoughts or feelings to themselves.
Good things to know
- 1Personal Traits: Use these antonyms to describe people's personalities or emotional states.
- 2Relationships: Incorporate these antonyms to describe how people interact with each other.
- 3Literature: Use these antonyms to create characters with distinct personalities and traits.
The antonyms of demonstrative describe people who are not expressive or open with their emotions. Undemonstrative describes someone who does not show feelings, unemotional describes someone who does not have strong feelings, and reserved describes someone who keeps their thoughts and feelings to themselves. These antonyms can be used to describe personalities, relationships, and characters in literature.