But there is something unfulfilled about this intermittently sparkly but ultimately uncommunicative work.
Mayfield saw that Arning, who was withdrawn and uncommunicative , quickly found a means of expression through drawing.
In an interview with the New York Times, Richter says he chose this painting for dissection precisely because it was ‘close to being uncommunicative .’
But his usual easy-going charm seemed to have temporarily deserted him, and she found him terse, uncommunicative , clearly unsettled by her absence.
… Was my father so uncommunicative that I couldn't ever picture him in any close relationship?
But he is still seen by others as being rather serious and uncommunicative in public, especially when compared to the imaginative, publicity friendly ‘man of the people’ Dyke.
Philip Green, below, has a reputation for not being the easiest interviewee, but pity the poor soul who found him in uncommunicative mood when grilled by a financial website.
Duncan, a precocious, affectionate child, had failed to live up to his academic potential, and had become withdrawn and uncommunicative .
Went back to J & S's for a cup of tea and a chat, and I became largely uncommunicative due to burgeoning exhaustion…
Hume wanted Specter to commit in advance to the proposition that a nominee's being only as uncommunicative as Ginsburg cannot justify a filibuster or even a ‘no’ vote.