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Adjective
Slow to reveal emotion or opinions
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“I imagine her sister Jane was equally affected, but was a more reserved person.”
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Kept specially for a particular person
“This new facility is not to be confused with the existing coach service available only to reserved seat passengers.”
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Not showy or lively
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Not complete or absolute
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Severe or strict in manner or attitude
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Something precise or exact
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Having or showing a composed or serious manner that is worthy of respect
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Placed or scheduled on a list or addendum
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Scheduled
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Outside the limits of where one is permitted to be
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Hidden, isolated, remote
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Stocked
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Retained
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Polite, calm, and sensible in behaviour
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Limited within bounds
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Privately owned and not for general or public use
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In full control of one's faculties, and having a firm belief in one's abilities
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Of or related to a clan
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En route, on the road to
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Arrogantly superior and disdainful
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Embarrassed or guilty because of one's actions, characteristics, or associations
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Following the precepts of a religious practice
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To have set aside or reserved for a particular purpose
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Past tense for to book in advance or make a reservation
“Anyone who wishes to go as a pilgrim must hand in his or her name before the end of January in order to reserve a seat on the pilgrimage.”
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(of a place or position) To have occupied
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Past tense for to hold, save or retain for future use
“If some of the marinade is to be used as a sauce on the cooked food, reserve a portion of the marinade before putting raw meat and poultry in it.”
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Past tense for to be in possession of, or to have at one's disposal
“I reserve the right to change the privacy policies and practices described in this notice.”
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Past tense for to refrain from delivering (a judgment or decision) without due consideration or evidence
“The appeal is expected to finish today, but the judges will reserve their decision, with judgment expected to be announced within three months.”
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