[名詞] shy ; [動詞] shy ; [副詞] shyly
- Mary is a shy girl.
Tom always hides in a corner shyly alone.
Every time Sandy came on stage, she would be shy and speechless.
After many practice, Lucy finally stopped stammering shyly in front of strangers.
Once Anna arrived in the new environment, she would shyly rub her fingers all the time.
Elise saw the teacher and shyly hid behind her mother.
Jim proposed to Rose, who nodded shyly.
Shy people always miss many opportunities.
Jack was a shy kid when he was young, but he became very lively when he grew up.
Shy people will need some encouragement.