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Example Sentences for "modest"

Her modesty keeps her from admitting that she is the best in the classShe's an excellent athlete, but she is too modest to admit it.

Her modesty keeps her from admitting that she is the best in the class.

She smiled modestly when she was presented with the trophy.

He earns a modest income working as a security guard at a seniors' complex.

They live in a very modest two-bedroom home in the working class area of town.

Robbie would never admit that he is a better squash player than Gerry because he is simply too modest.

Stop being modest; you know you probably aced the test.

Ninon de Lenclos once remarked that it is strange that modesty is the rule for women when what they most value in men is boldness.

There is an Italian proverb which states that when wine comes in, modesty leaves.

The veil worn by a bride originally symbolized the bride's virginity, innocence, and modesty, and can be traced back to ancient Roman times.

I consider myself to be a strong, handsome, intelligent, witty and exceedingly modest individual.

It is said that cleanliness and modesty are the two guiding principles for clothing in Bahrain.

Even a modest command of the local language will help when visiting a foreign country.

Winston Churchill once described a person he disliked as a modest little person with much to be modest about.

The comic opera of the late 1700s represented people in familiar situations, and required only modest performing resources.

Discussion question: Talk about someone you know who you consider to be a modest person.

Find someone who you think is a modest person.


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