Synonyms & Antonyms : Modest


( Adjective )

He is modest in his requirements.







Contextual Examples:

Although a millionaire, he is lowly in his behavior with his subordinates.

He is humble in habits but rich in intellectual. She is beautiful in appearance but shy in public.

In spite of her great achievement in music, Lata Mageshkar is so unassuming.

Although he is 60, he is shy of public speaking.







Contextual Examples:

His high status in wealth has little meaning so long as he is self-conceited and pretentious.

He is more showy than he really does.

Vicky is a fantastic story – teller but he becomes over-bearing after a few minutes.

His riches, unaccompanied by real talent, have made him rather immodest.

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