Jim Doyle was the uncommunicative spokesman for Archibald Cox and Leon Jaworski at the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.
Strick was an eager lover, quick to jealousy—Glasson was uncommunicative even to Vashti, and careless of her opinions.
A little too uncommunicative for their great circumstances—that is all.
"Most uncommunicative population I ever struck," he remarked, in a sort of humorous despair.
It was Ermie's custom sometimes to be very snappy and uncommunicative.
Reading that—slight, uncommunicative as it was—had made her feel a pride in their acquaintance.
Take the man who is uncommunicative, or morose or unusually shy.
By the time Ellen came back ready to walk, a wave of shyness engulfed the boy; he was as uncommunicative as the Pyramids.
Mentally there may be depression when the patient is sullen and uncommunicative.
Here are two stray utterances, worth gathering from a man so uncommunicative in that form.