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Demure

De`mure´
a.1.Of sober or serious mien; composed and decorous in bearing; of modest look; staid; grave.
Sober, steadfast, and demure.
- Milton.
2.Affectedly modest, decorous, or serious; making a show of gravity.
A cat lay, and looked so demure, as if there had been neither life nor soul in her.
- L'Estrange.
v. i.1.To look demurely.
Adj.1.demure - affectedly modest or shy especially in a playful or provocative way
Synonyms: coy, overmodest
Quakerish, Victorian, backward, censorious, close, confused, conscious, coy, decent, decorous, earnest, formal, frowning, grave, grim, grim-faced, grim-visaged, hidebound, inarticulate, long-faced, mid-Victorian, mousy, narrow, nice, old-maidish, overmodest, priggish, prim, proper, prudish, puritanical, reserved, reticent, sanctimonious, sedate, seemly, self-conscious, serious, shamefaced, shamefast, silent, skittish, smug, sober, sober-minded, sobersided, solemn, somber, staid, stammering, stiff-necked, stone-faced, straight-faced, straitlaced, stuffy, thoughtful, timid, timorous, unassertive, unassured, unsmiling, weighty
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