Definition of Extrovertive

1. Adjective. Being concerned with the social and physical environment.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Extrovertive

extropic
extropy
extrordinary
extrorsal
extrorse
extrospection
extrospections
extrospective
extroversions
extroversive
extrovert
extroverted
extrovertedly
extrovertish
extrovertive (current term)
extroverts
extruct
extructed
extructing
extruction
extructive
extructor
extructors
extructs
extrudabilities
extrudability
extrudable
extrudate
extrudates

Literary usage of Extrovertive

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1918)
"Finally, his extrovertive tendencies found complete expression in the work which has made his name famous—the Positive Philosophy—and which may be briefly ..."

2. Senescence, the last half of life by Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"These symptoms are anticipations of euthanasia or, to use a phrase now current in psychology, they are extrovertive and not ..."

3. The Ground and Goal of Human Life by Charles Gray Shaw (1919)
"... and the extrovertive, will come in for sharp contrast. The topics proposed by the problem at hand are twofold: (1) The Naturalization of Life, ..."

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