[ UK /ʌnsˈəʊʃiəbəl/ ]
not inclined to society or companionship
an unsociable neighborhood
an unsociable nature...shy and reserved
generally unsociable except with intimate friends
How To Use unsociable In A Sentence
- Seems kind of unsociable, muffling themselves up behind these hedgerows! Flaming June
- We don't think it is reasonable to pay the enhanced rates paid for unsociable hours working when people are off sick and I know that many other organisations follow a similar principle.
- Manet was charming, with a richer, warmer, more responsive personality; the unsociable, caustic Degas was guarded and hostile.
- Their life means juggling time with their children with long hours, unsociable shifts, and with a wage that won't stretch to pay for clothes, trainers and educational trips.
- But there was something so gloomy and unsociable, so queer and almost weird about the whole aspect and feeling of the place, that a sort of irritable resignation took possession of me.
- Thus you appear somewhat unsociable and aloof.
- Nevertheless, the Massachusetts born Bacon was once described as unsociable, free of vice, skeptical in his spiritual thoughts and critical of preachers and their teachings. Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX Homepage
- The figure compares favourably with the 100 per cent average for the hotel and catering industry, where unsociable hours and shift work make it a short-term job option for many people.
- Southend Council is waging war against unsociable dog owners who let their pets foul the street.
- You'd think a little boy this popular would forget about a girl who was quiet and unsociable like him, but no… He would always find a way to make sure I wasn't alone, wasn't left out.