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The bachelor, Morose (Ted Van Griethuysen), is so averse to noise that he covers his house with mattresses, and he selects his wife because she appears to be shy and untalkative.
German fiction around 1800 is littered with women suffering from a literary version of chlorosis, who either are untalkative in general, or, more commonly, refuse to speak of their love.
Caroline's heart now obviously belongs to Claudio, a handsome but untalkative fellow by all accounts.
Steven Segal: was mind-numbingly boring and untalkative.
The previous untalkative friend reported back that the cheeseboard was hitting the mark as well.