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  2. Sep 20, 2022 · modest: [adjective] placing a moderate estimate on one's abilities or worth. neither bold nor self-assertive : tending toward diffidence.

  3. Synonyms & Antonyms of modest 1 being about midway between extremes of amount or size he was awarded a modest pension when he retired Synonyms for modest average, intermediate, mean, median, medium, middle, middling, midsize (also midsized), moderate Words Related to modest reasonable common, commonplace, conventional, normal, popular, regular,

  4. modest adjective 1. simple, homely, small, ordinary, plain, humble, low-cost, inexpensive, unpretentious, unostentatious, unimposing the modest home of a family who lived off the land 2. moderate, small, limited, fair, ordinary, middling, meagre, frugal, scanty, unexceptional You don't get rich, but you can earn a modest living from it.

  5. modest / ( ˈmɒdɪst) / adjective having or expressing a humble opinion of oneself or one's accomplishments or abilities reserved or shy modest behaviour not ostentatious or pretentious not extreme or excessive; moderate decorous or decent Derived forms of modest modestly, adverb Word Origin for modest

  6. A person is modest if he or she is very successful but does not call attention to this. Modest generally means "big enough but not huge" — like a modest house or a modest income. An ambitious person will not be satisfied with modest progress.

  7. Meaning of modest in English modest adjective uk / ˈmɒd.ɪst / us / ˈmɑː.dɪst / modest adjective (NOT LARGE) B2 not large in size or amount, or not expensive: They live in a fairly modest house, considering their wealth. There has been a modest improvement / recovery in housing conditions for the poor.

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