Use of reserved in Sentences. 29 Examples
The examples include reserved at the start of sentence, reserved at the end of sentence and reserved in the middle of sentence
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reserved at the end of sentence
- Helen was diffident and reserved.
- He was unemotional, quite quiet, and reserved.
- May I sit here, or is this seat/table reserved?
- Seats, or sometimes entire tables, were reserved.
- The English have a reputation for being reserved.
reserved in the middle of sentence
- We reserved a double room.
- I reserved a room for tonight.
- Ellen was a shy, reserved girl.
- He's a reserved, taciturn person.
- A separate room is reserved for smokers.
- He reserved the right to change his mind.
- I've reserved a room in the name of Jones.
- I have ticket reserved for today's matinee.
- They had obligingly reserved a room for me.
- I reserved a double room at the Lamb Hotel.
- These seats are reserved for special guests.
- I have reserved a room for you at the hotel.
- The car park is reserved for customers only.
- We reserved two tickets in the name of Brown.
- The quarterdeck is usually reserved for officers.
- I reserved a corner table in my favourite restaurant.
- The star has a ski slope reserved exclusively for her.
- She reserved her most withering scorn for journalists.
- This problem should be reserved for further consideration.
- British men are often seen as being reserved and unemotional.
- Is your holiday a reserved booking,[sentence dictionary] sir?
- The self-catering flats are usually reserved for postgraduate students.
- A double room with a balcony overlooking the sea had been reserved for him.
- I've come to collect my tickets - I reserved them by phone yesterday in the name of Tremin.
Sentence Examples for Similar Words:
- set aside
- , reticent
- , diffident
- , detached
- , shy
- , cool
- , distant
- , cold
- , kept
- , unfriendly
- , standoffish
- , snobbish
- , aloof