But her sociability and openness will make her a good partner for Will, balancing his introversion with her outgoing nature.
For five weeks I forced myself to sit at my house table, figuring that my reluctance was a residue of my introversion.
She was also drawn to qualities in Vadim that reminded her of her father: his introversion, his moodiness, his seductive demeanor.
This habit of introversion and lack of practicality changed its forms as he grew older, but never left him.
And the fatal round of introversion and "complex" starts once more.
We recognise clearly in this definition the primordial tendency to introversion.
For some time I have employed the concept of introversion for this condition.
And as those in the know have told me, introversion is the end as far as those outside are concerned.
This concentration upon the inner world of thought is nothing else than introversion.
Yet was he far from being a recluse, or from being disposed to an excess of introversion.
1650s, of thought or contemplation, from Modern Latin introversionem, noun of action from past participle stem of *introvertere (see introvert). Meaning "tendency to withdraw from the world" is from 1912.
introversion in·tro·ver·sion (ĭn'trə-vûr'zhən, -shən)
The act or process of introverting or the condition of being introverted.
The direction of or tendency to direct one's thoughts and feelings toward oneself.