The introverted leader, the lady heir apparent, the dubious plans for financial success—it all matches.
The real real life El Chapo was said to be “introverted and with a tendency to be needy.”
By 8th grade, the best students are conscientious and often introverted.
Gabourey Sidibe is most decidedly not the shy, introverted character she plays in Precious.
Servis, a general contractor, was baffled by how introverted Stone acted.
I was too strange to understand much of all this; too anxious and introverted to take an interest in such riddles.
I'd never talked with anyone from a Place that had been introverted.
But Johannes was in a restless, introverted mood, and could find no words for what distressed him.
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.
1781, "directed inward," past participle adjective from introvert. Psychological sense is from 1915.
introvert in·tro·vert (ĭn'trə-vûrt', ĭn'trə-vûrt')
v. in·tro·vert·ed, in·tro·vert·ing, in·tro·verts
To turn or direct inward.
To concentrate one's interests upon oneself.
To turn a tubular organ or part inward upon itself.
One whose thoughts and feelings are directed toward oneself.
An anatomical structure that is capable of being introverted.