From taciturnity he sank into silence, from quiet into lethargy.
Their taciturnity and irrisibility however, are confined to their sober hours.
Has he committed some remorseful crime, or is his taciturnity due merely to his natural Scotchness?
Colonel Feraud's taciturnity was the outcome of concentrated rage.
Some quaint instances are recorded of the taciturnity for which he was also noted.
His taciturnity was as eloquent as the repeated warning of the slave of the feast.
taciturnity becomes habitual to men accustomed to vast solitudes.
Not that appetite failed him; indeed, he ate the more for his taciturnity.
Such a tide of enthusiasm was sweeping the other along, though, that his host's detachment and taciturnity went unobserved.
His taciturnity on this particular day was a thing beyond any experience with it she had yet had.
mid-15c., from Middle French taciturnité, from Latin taciturnitatem (nominative taciturnitas) "a being or keeping silent," from taciturnus "disposed to be silent," from tacitus "silent" (see tacit).