Origin of reserved
Synonyms for reserved
Related Words for reservedlyindifferently, carelessly, coolly, informally, perfectly, fully, absolutely, totally, exclusively, wholly, thoroughly, only, utterly, altogether, alone, quite, solely, offhandedly, lackadaisically, reservedly
Examples from the Web for reservedly
Historical Examples of reservedly
“It was thrown into the class-room this morning, sir,” said Hamilton, reservedly.Louis' School Days
E. J. May
"I might offer my services in that capacity myself," observed Owen, reservedly.The Financier
Unlike poor Chatterton, Crabbe had a firm trust in Providence, and was neither so passionate nor so reservedly haughty.
I had never broached any subject to her that required to be spoken of reservedly or discreetly.The Doctor's Daughter
"George Hale is my name," returned the gentleman, reservedly, and disengaging his fingers from the strong grip of the tall man.A Dream of Empire
William Henry Venable
"guarded" (in manner), c.1600, past participle adjective from reserve (v.). Of seats, tables from 1858.