Having or marked by an inclination to secrecy; not open, forthright, or frank. See Synonyms at silent.(adjective)
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Use "secretive" in a sentence
"The congressman from Zulia state criticized what he called the "secretive" nature of the president's deliberation over the measure."
"For weeks, leading Democrats have castigated pro-Republican special interest groups involved in the current election campaign for what they describe as secretive fundraising practices."
"Oh well, so much said about that and yet I remain secretive about the specifics."