Definition of "incommunicative" [in•com•mu•ni•ca•tive]
Not disposed to be forthcoming or communicative; uncommunicative: an incommunicative press secretary. (adjective)
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Use "incommunicative" in a sentence
"Do we credit her early opinion that he was closed and incommunicative?"
"The Cohen family adopted a young survivor who had become incommunicative, and this adopted brother eventually told his story to a receptive yet vulnerable listener, his fourteen-year old adoptive sister, Liliane."
"I am so disgusted by the slow-moving, unresponsive, incommunicative and, well, intellectually-asleep staff I observed that I am already dreading the return flight."