The New York Times, usually so reticent on sex-scandal stories, has named her and run the picture.
Leno asked why he has been so reticent to publicize his opinions about President Obama and his policies.
Alas, on this point Vardi et al have been reticent, not just "so far," but in the way they've crafted their mandate.
Back home in New Orleans, Donovan is reticent and Pleasant is reflective, but neither man fit in.
Moreover, it possessed the French quality of taste: taste reigned supreme, self-controlled, dignified and reticent.
It was a matter upon which he was reticent, and with persons of his kind a direct question is never very discreet.
Mr. Fluxion "made no sign," and the acting officers were as reticent as ever.
If a man proposes in such a place to be isolated and reticent and alone, they will begin to guess about him: Who is he?
I asked, changing the topic in acknowledgment of his right to be reticent.
His face was homely but pleasant, and had a certain dignity; his manner retiring but not reticent.