Idiom: a man of few words
Idiom: a man (or woman) of few words
- a person who does not talk a lot, only when he or she has something important to say
- My father isn’t shy at all—he’s just a man of few words.
- I prefer to be with a man of few words than with someone who enjoys listening to himself talk all day.
- My grandfather loved you. He's a man of few words but his smile made it clear.
- My dad won't shut up but my mother's a woman of few words.
- My girlfriend is a woman of few words so when she talks, everyone stops and listens.
- The smartest person in the room is often a man of few words.
- My dad and his twin are opposites generally except they're both men of few words.
- She's a woman of few words so expect a lot of silence on the ride up.
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