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asocial

[ey-soh-shuhl]
adjective
1.
not sociable or gregarious; withdrawn from society.
2.
indifferent to or averse to conforming to conventional standards of behavior.
3.
inconsiderate of others; selfish; egocentric.

Origin:
1880–85; a-6 + social

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asocial (eɪˈsəʊʃəl)
 
adj
1.  avoiding contact; not gregarious
2.  unconcerned about the welfare of others
3.  hostile to society or social practices

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asocial
1883, "antagonistic to society or social order," from a- "not" + social; also cf. antisocial.
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asocial a·so·cial (ā-sō'shəl)
adj.

  1. Avoiding or averse to the society of others; not sociable.

  2. Unable or unwilling to conform to normal standards of social behavior; antisocial.

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