extraverted

ADJECTIVE
  1. being concerned with the social and physical environment
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How To Use extraverted In A Sentence

  • The researchers measured four extraverted characteristics - talkativeness, assertiveness, adventurousness and energy level - in 46 college students.
  • Jung believed that the more secular, materialistic, and compulsively extraverted our civilization became, the greater the unhappiness, senselessness and aimlessness of our lives.
  • Introverted people tend to do things alone, extraverted people need to have the fellowship of others of like mind.
  • This is deliciously extraverted music, deliciously conducted by Boskovsky.
  • We found that highly extraverted people are happier with their lives because they tend to hold a positive view of the past.
  • Technically I'm an ambivert: equally extraverted and introverted. The Space Between My Peers
  • People who display extraverted characteristics - such as being talkative or energetic - are happier at those moments.
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