Examples of asocial in a Sentence
an asocial and grumpy artist lives alone on the top floor
Recent Examples of asocial from the Web
The raw water trend is consistent with other asocial behaviors by venture capitalists using their wealth to eschew civic responsibility and insulate themselves from social problems.
Man’s ancestors were, for a time, dull, relatively asocial vegetarians.
Since then, his body of work, which offers a new understanding of asocial prisoners and life in Dachau after the camp’s April 1945 liberation, has experienced a resurgence of interest.
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medical Definition of asocial
- Swimming is, by nature, asocial … the human community is peripheral.
- —Akiko Busch, The New York Times, 8 July 2007
- … the very individual and often asocial lives of contemporary artists …
- —Nancy Hynes, Prospect (London), May 2003
- The family dynamics of kids who bounce from one home environment to the next could result in behavioral patterns that can lead to asocial activities that include violence, petty crime or drug abuse …
- —James Edward Mills, The Wisconsin State Journal, 1 Aug. 2007
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