Translation of demure in Spanish:

demure

recatado, adj.

Pronunciation /dəˈmjʊr//dɪˈmjʊə//dɪˈmjɔː/

adjective

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    recatado
    • The long skirts, the burkhas, the demure looks, the curled tresses, the composure, the sensuality, the shy glance - these are all so hauntingly remindful of a bygone era.
    • Beatrice was demure, reserved, enjoyed those tedious dinner parties of state, and seemed content to spend her afternoons bent over needlework.
    • She approached them steadily, trying to remember to be a demure and proper young lady.
    • One otherwise perfectly demure woman jumped onto a chair, gesturing frantically.
    • She taught her how to act polite, demure, obedient and respectful.
    • Rivka's desire is rebellious and demonstrates a strong will hidden beyond a demure and feminine modesty.
    • I'd intended to be mature and sedate and demure and just wistfully watch the young guests from afar.
    • Dårlig is a small, white slip behind him, radiant, demure, almost embarrassed by the attention she and her husband are receiving.
    • The small demure woman who had taken her letter led Miri through a narrow hallway, which sloped downward and seemed to shrink as they progressed down it.
    • She was the lone female wrestler of the evening but she was not your average demure lady.
    • I mean, I thought I'd get nice, small questions from quiet, demure girls that would be too shy to ask anything, really.
    • He had heard it said that her innocent demeanour combined with her intelligent mind made her a refreshing change from mindlessly demure damsels.
    • The one person who evokes sympathy is Bruce's demure wife.
    • A short, demure girl stepped away from the teacher, her hands nervously clasped in front of her.
    • We saw them transformed from calm, demure ladies to bears protecting their cubs when the neighborhood bully was on our heels.
    • Piper had always been perceived as demure, innocent, sweet.
    • How could she be so demure one second, and such a raging animal the next?
    • They were all speechless, ignoring the delicious food before them, and watched the demure girl glide across the floor towards the zither.
    • The wife of the first son is demure and timid, but the wife of the second son answers back to the cousin.
    • Pierre's own Chagall in this show is a Paris canvas of 1911, The betrothed, an evocation of the artist's fiancée in Russia dressed as a demure veiled bride.