Antonyms for unsociable
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : uhn-soh-shuh-buh l|
|Phonetic Transcription : ʌnˈsoʊ ʃə bəl|
Definition of unsociableOrigin :
- c.1600, from un- (1) "not" + sociable.
- adj unfriendly
- An unsociable meal it was—almost as unpleasant as were their inward thoughts.
- Extract from : « The Channings » by Mrs. Henry Wood
- Things will look strange and unsociable for a while, until you get the hang of them.
- Extract from : « Devil's Ford » by Bret Harte
- He was immediately reprehended for his brusque, unsociable manner.
- Extract from : « Mountain Blood » by Joseph Hergesheimer
- A touch of pride came to him and he resolved that he would be as unsociable as his relative.
- Extract from : « Randy of the River » by Horatio Alger Jr.
- She had felt lonely at times, silent and unsociable, but never shy!
- Extract from : « More About Peggy » by Mrs G. de Horne Vaizey
- They seemed to be unsociable beings, for they also stalked in solemn silence.
- Extract from : « Twice Bought » by R.M. Ballantyne
- "I would rather be unsociable than suffocated," you explain.
- Extract from : « Home Life in Germany » by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
- She did not want to be unsociable with the nurse; but she wanted to think, alone.
- Extract from : « Somehow Good » by William de Morgan
- I am sorry, my dear, he is so unsociable; he is a cat of very bad taste, that is all I can say.
- Extract from : « The Wide, Wide World » by Susan Warner
- And so she had left me early, saying, in her impetuous way, that I was unsociable.
- Extract from : « The Love Story of Abner Stone » by Edwin Carlile Litsey
Synonyms for unsociable
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