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synonyms for uncompanionable

  • aloof
  • cautious
  • composed
  • distant
  • modest
  • peaceful
  • placid
  • quiet
  • restrained
  • reticent
  • serene
  • soft-spoken
  • taciturn
  • close
  • collected
  • cool
  • gentle
  • prim
  • retiring
  • sedate
  • shy
  • withdrawn
  • backward
  • bashful
  • ceremonious
  • close-mouthed
  • cold
  • conventional
  • demure
  • diffident
  • eremitic
  • formal
  • frigid
  • icy
  • mild
  • misanthropic
  • noncommittal
  • offish
  • reclusive
  • secretive
  • self-contained
  • solitary
  • standoffish
  • unapproachable
  • uncommunicative
  • undemonstrative
  • unresponsive
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antonyms for uncompanionable

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  • agitated
  • assured
  • bold
  • clamorous
  • communicative
  • disturbed
  • excited
  • friendly
  • noisy
  • troubled
  • extroverted
  • outgoing
  • unreserved
  • upset
  • given
  • offered
  • sociable
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      How to use uncompanionable in a sentence

      He pictured himself as an old grouch, soured on the world, and surely uncompanionable.
      DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
      Uncompanionable and retiring, he lived with his books, and in his workshop making trinkets for children.
      MARIA ANTOINETTEJOHN S. C. (JOHN STEVENS CABOT) ABBOTT
      Beloved dogs, companions of a life too solitary, because amongst an uncompanionable race, Requiescant in pace!
      INTIMATE CHINAMRS. ARCHIBALD LITTLE
      It seemed uncompanionable to have grown thus suddenly afraid of him, to leave him thus alone in that still room.
      YOUNG LIVESRICHARD LE GALLIENNE
      Still, he was respected as a well-behaved, although uncompanionable lad.
      THE DAY OF JUDGMENTJOSEPH HOCKING
      The last Temple Temple Barholm had been an eccentric and uncompanionable person.
      T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
      Now that he came to think of it, there was something uncompanionable in elderly people.
      THE PRODIGAL FATHERJ. STORER CLOUSTON
      Whatever his qualifications might be, he looked stiff and uncompanionable.
      BERNARD BROOKS' ADVENTURESHORATIO ALGER, JR.
      It is the lack of training that makes the Chinese woman, as a rule, uncompanionable.
      ORIENTAL WOMENEDWARD BAGBY POLLARD
      Foster had taken it amiss that Ray should seem so downhearted and be so uncompanionable.
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      WORDS RELATED TO UNCOMPANIONABLE

      • cool
      • depressing
      • discouraging
      • dismal
      • dispiriting
      • distant
      • emotionless
      • formal
      • frigid
      • glacial
      • hateful
      • hostile
      • icy
      • indifferent
      • reserved
      • solitary
      • standoffish
      • stony
      • uncompanionable
      • unemotional
      • ungenial
      • unhappy
      • unresponsive
      • unwelcoming
      • wintry
      • withdrawn
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