Thesaurus / unsocial

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He used to describe himself as a “person of gloomy insignificance and unsocial monomania.”

And well mayest thou rejoice—'tis very plain,That near wert thou to Death's unsocial lands.

He was a reserved, unsocial man, making the forest his only haunt, and his rifle his only companion.

St. John had a book in his hand—it was his unsocial custom to read at meals—he closed it, and looked up.

Jane EyreCharlotte Bronte

It was at the end of this day's yachting that Peter was having his "unsocial walk."

The hunters were not men to sit silent and unsocial when a stranger claimed their hospitality.

The Frontier AngelEdward S. Ellis

He is not unsocial, however—you have a pen-picture of the man as he is in the last chapter of this book.

The Great AcceptanceCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

What an unsocial spirit must the fair mistress of this cottage possess.

His surly speech, his unsocial temper, spoke of a mind ill at ease,—the remembrance of the past made the present sad.

THE title of this chapter might imply that there is an unsocial side to Edison.

Edison, His Life and InventionsFrank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
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