Definition of Insociability

1. n. The quality of being insociable; want of sociability; unsociability.



Definition of Insociability

1. Noun. The quality of being insociable; lack of sociability. ¹

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Definition of Insociability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insociability

insleeper
insnare
insnared
insnarer
insnarers
insnares
insnaring
insnarl
insnarled
insnarling
insnarls
insober
insobrieties
insobriety
insociabilities
insociability (current term)
insociably
insociate
insofar
insofar as
insolate
insolated
insolates
insolating
insolation
insolations
insole
insolence
insolences

Literary usage of Insociability

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1. The Works of Lord Bolingbroke: With a Life, Prepared Expressly for this by Henry St. John Bolingbroke (1841)
"We easily conceive that the insociability of families made the ... When larger communities were thus formed, the same insociability, and therefore the same ..."

2. A View of the Principal Deistical Writers that Have Appeared in England in by John Leland (1837)
"And he elsewhere observes, that " the first principle of their polity, ecclesiastical and civil, was insociability; and accordingly their manners were ..."

3. The Works of the Late Right Honourable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke by Henry Saint-John Bolingbroke, Oliver Goldsmith (1809)
"... they have added new occasions to those that subsisted before of enmity and strife ; and insociability has increased as they have flourished. ..."

4. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress), John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) (1805)
"... and if the oH'ence be of a trivial nature, such as a difference of temper, and insociability, the husband punishes her by leaving the female apartment, ..."

5. Criminology by Raffaele Garofalo (1914)
"Unless there are present other facts which would lead us to an opposite belief, we cannot be sure of the permanent insociability of the offender. ..."

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