introverted

[ noun, adjective in-truh-vurt; verb in-truh-vurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF introverted
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I'd never talked with anyone from a Place that had been Introverted.

Introverted upon his own heart, it was keen, unsparing, insidiously subtle.

She sank into a chair half laughing and yet with an introverted expressionrecueillement desprit, he thought to himself, bitterly.

Surely, if the Maintainer had been Introverted before he jumped on the bar, we'd all have noticed the flashing blue telltale.

The former correspond to my introverted and the latter to my extroverted type.

She was set to the spinning-wheel; silent and introverted, she accomplished the tasks that were assigned her.

He turned about short at the sound of the weak, pleading voice, but with no relaxation of his severe, introverted mood.

Its activity in externally directed thought is accompanied by an almost corresponding use of introverted reflection.

But Johannes was in a restless, introverted mood, and could find no words for what distressed him.

But who shall cast an introverted eye Upon himself, that will not there descry A conscious life that shall, nor cannot die?

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