Use of standoffish in Sentences. 21 Examples

The examples include standoffish at the start of sentence, standoffish at the end of sentence and standoffish in the middle of sentence

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standoffish at the start of sentence


  1. Standoffish by nature, Borzois need extensive exposure to people and to unusual sights and sounds.

standoffish at the end of sentence


  1. She was growing a little less standoffish.
  2. He was well - dressed and very standoffish.
  3. Mr. Blake looked uncordial and standoffish.
  4. I imagine God to be rather formal, almost standoffish.

standoffish in the middle of sentence


  1. She was cold and stand-offish.
  2. You're not so stand-offish after all.
  3. Would he think her very rude and stand-offish now?
  4. We sociologists have had good reason to be stand-offish.
  5. He can be quite stand-offish and rude, even to his friends.
  6. Alice is a little standoffish when it comes to socializing.
  7. She's always standoffish whenever somebody wants to talk to her.
  8. Mary only seem standoffish; once you get to know her, she is nice.
  9. Mary only seems standoffish; once you get to know her, she is nice.
  10. He suddenly sounded rather standoffish and said he would not need to be picked up.
  11. But the first lady of this portrait can also be a scold, stand-offish and sanctimonious.
  12. Because it is a natural and farewell to abandon it very standoffish, so sad have beautiful!
  13. Many may interpret such a self-centred approach as selfish or stand-offish - that is too bad.
  14. Without wishing to be over-familiar but not to be stand-offish either, I put one hand on her shoulder.
  15. The previously standoffish IMF co - operates with the European Commission, national governments and the banks.
  16. Described by friends as somewhat shy or stand-offish, Cohen last year married Janet Langhart, a black television journalist.

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