This page will make sure you never confuse reluctant and reticent again! Read the definitions, check out our example sentences, and be sure to follow the twitter feed to see how the internet is using these words in a sentence.
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Unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom
A reluctant smile
Temperamentally disinclined to talk
The boss was reticent about the internal operations
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What's the internet saying about reluctant/reticent?
@xJCo: Reticent life, dead also reluctant
@pj_blue: What does the summer hold for Arsenal asks @amylawrence71 http://t.co/r3FMYDC2jv PS, reticent is not a synonym for reluctant
@ToddTVG: @andymosley46 Dont be afraid to open a Dictionary once in a while. Part of definition of reticent is reluctant. Look up the word 'synonym'.
@ToddTVG: RT @andymosley46: @ToddTVG Reluctant, not reticent, moron.
@andymosley46: @ToddTVG Reluctant, not reticent, moron.
@jennifer_rorie: RT @ObsidianPR: Reluctant means unwilling to act. Reticent means unwilling to speak.
@ObsidianPR: Reluctant means unwilling to act. Reticent means unwilling to speak.
@ShitMgmtSays: "I've never been a more sort of reluctant and reticent regulator than today on these rules." Bart Chilton, CFTC commissioner
@GormoJourno: Chilton: "I'm a reluctant and reticent regulator today, but let's move [forward]" on Dodd-Frank. #CFTC #swaps
@NiallFrench: I hate when people use reticent to mean reluctant.