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noun as in sociable person

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You had to be the extrovert in the room in that predetermined mold.

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While extroverts gain energy from social interactions online or face to face, more introverted people can miss out on selection for a project team or being shortlisted for promotion because their efforts go unnoticed.

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Before mass remote working, the default bias was often to recognize the strength and leadership potential in extroverts, but that imbalance needs readdressing, added Robertson.

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She’s an extrovert with a passion for building connections with entrepreneurs and working with aspiring businesses to tell their stories.

The 2020 Polaris Slingshot has an all-new engine and transmission, but it remains for extroverts only.

Haydon is doing much the same thing but in a more extrovert way.

In this new world, being an articulate extrovert certainly helps.

A self-willed marvel, he was not even a natural athlete or much of an extrovert.

I was sort of middle-American “aw, shucks” guy for a big part of my career, so the extrovert is always fun.

The opposite applies to the feeling and thought of the extrovert.

If I said you were an extrovert, would that agree with your own judgment of yourself?

I don't like to be accused of being too much of an extrovert, because I think if you pass the limit it is too much.

What is your impression of him as his being introspective or an introvert or an extrovert?

The born extrovert adapts by means of feeling, thought being under repression and relatively infantile.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to extrovert, such as: character, exhibitionist, showboat, show off, gregarious person, and life of the party.

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