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belt a geographic area having a specific characteristic or reserved for a specific use. [1/11 definitions]
bikeway a roadway or trail reserved for bicycle riding.
costive being reserved, not generous, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
demure quiet, shy, modest, or reserved in manner. [1/2 definitions]
diffident reserved or restrained in manner. [1/2 definitions]
discreet reserved and judicious, esp. in talking about or otherwise revealing confidential matters; circumspect. [1/2 definitions]
engaged reserved in advance or presently occupied. [1/4 definitions]
enshrine to put in or as if in a place reserved for holy objects. [1/2 definitions]
general admission a class of admission fee, usu. for open seating or seats not in the reserved sections, as in a theater.
in reserve set aside; reserved.
layaway goods reserved under this plan. [1/2 definitions]
mall an area, either open or enclosed, reserved for pedestrian traffic and containing shops, restaurants, and the like; shopping center. [1/4 definitions]
modest not boastful or outgoing; somewhat shy or reserved. [1/5 definitions]
offish (informal) tending to aloofness; reserved.
on the shelf inactive or unused; put aside; reserved for future use or consideration.
pit1 the often depressed area reserved for musicians in front of the stage in a theater; orchestra pit. [1/14 definitions]
press box a section reserved for reporters, esp. at a sports event.
press gallery a section in a chamber, esp. of a legislature, reserved for members of the news media.
reentry legal repossesion under a right reserved in an earlier property transaction. [1/3 definitions]
remote reserved in manner; aloof. [1/7 definitions]
reserved powers under the U.S. Constitution, those powers not delegated to the U.S. federal government, which are therefore, unless prohibited by the Constitution, reserved for the states and the people.