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1. Definition of Aloofness : the quality or state of being aloof or emotionally distant Her Aloofness … did not endear her to the rest of the company … — Marybeth Kerrigan … there was an Aloofness in him …
2. Aloofness synonyms, Aloofness pronunciation, Aloofness translation, English dictionary definition of Aloofness
3. The quality or state of being aloof, distant, or reserved; indifference: His girlfriend's recent Aloofness may be a sign that the relationship is over.
4. 65 synonyms and near synonyms of Aloofness from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 36 antonyms and near antonyms
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6. The Aloofness of class is a potent cause of misunderstanding, but Art knows nothing of social distinctions. SPIRIT AND MUSIC H
7. ERNEST HUNT Barclay, totally unable to account for Paul's sudden recension from his Aloofness, nevertheless secretly rejoiced.
8. The Aloofness and sulkiness of the aristocrats and landed proprietors he deeply deplored
9. Rottweilers are a popular breed thanks to their combination of noble Aloofness, intelligence and irresistible …
10. Aloofness Tendencies owing to emotional imbalance When a person frequently avoids or withdraws from social situations experiences emotional discomforts or extremely concerned about evaluation, rejection or reaction of others then this is certainly not a natural way of living
11. Due to emotional imbalance such Aloofness tendencies develop.
12. Aloofness 'Aloofness' is a 9 letter word starting with A and ending with S Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Aloofness We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Aloofness will help you to finish your crossword today
13. Would-be doctors had personality defects ranging from extreme over-confidence, narcissism and Aloofness to being overly empathetic
14. It is childish and hateful to manufacture petty, vindictive cliques who seem to thrive on Aloofness, exclusivity and secrecy.
15. Aloofness is a noun meaning a state of being distant, remote, or withdrawn. Someone showing Aloofness might be shy, or just really doesn't want to be around people
16. Aloofness is from the adjective aloof — originally a nautical term.
17. Everyone knew his reputation for Aloofness
18. Behaviour that shows you are not interested or involved, usually because you do not approve of what is happening: The Aloofness of his in-laws is the result of …
19. It is a matter of finding out, differencing worthiness and irrelevance, connectedness and distantness, warmth and Aloofness, brightness and dimness
20. See aloof ‘Collins always seemed to play the game with an air of detachment, a cool Aloofness in his comfortable possession of the ball and passing that was as smooth as soul music.’
21. Definition of Aloofness in the Definitions.net dictionary
22. What does Aloofness mean? Information and translations of Aloofness in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
23. Antonyms for Aloofness include closeness, friendliness, sympathy, kindliness, warmth, amiability, conviviality, sociability, affability and geniality
24. See authoritative translations of Aloofness in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
25. The Aloofness of class is a potent cause of misunderstanding, but Art knows nothing of social distinctions
26. ERNEST HUNT Barclay, totally unable to account for Paul's sudden recension from his Aloofness, nevertheless secretly rejoiced.
27. Aloofness - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
28. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Aloofness n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
29. Aloofness takes being socially-aware to a whole new level; you definitely need some panache to pull it off
30. Best of all, Aloofness keeps her guessing
31. ' Aloofness shield' The shooter seems to have rediscovered his accuracy in the range at the recent Commonwealth Games in Glasgow where he won the gold before tweeting a picture of the medal, captioned: "Something for my nephew to play with." Many have found him aloof but Bindra, who has seen how fickle fans can be, could not care less.
32. Aloofness (usually uncountable, plural Aloofnesses) The state of being aloof
33. Clarke, The City and the Stars, page 49: She wouldn't lose him without a struggle: his Aloofness and indifference set a challenge which she could not resist.
34. Aloofness (also: caginess, diffidence, fallback, provision, reserve, wariness, extra supply, reservedness)
35. ‘Being basically a shy person, I think some players mistook my shyness for Aloofness.’ ‘The locals were neither friendly nor unfriendly; they stood staring from doorways or muttering to themselves in gloomy lanes, and their Aloofness was unusual.’
36. Definition of Aloofness noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
37. Synonyms for Aloofness in Free Thesaurus
38. 7 synonyms for Aloofness: detachment, distance, remoteness, distance, standoffishness, withdrawnness, remoteness
39. What are synonyms for Aloofness?
40. Noun Aloofness the quality or state of being aloof, distant, or reserved; indifference: His girlfriend's recent Aloofness may be a sign that the relationship is over
41. 1; noun Aloofness The state of being aloof
42. 1; noun Aloofness reserve, detachment 1
43. Because one of the more ominous phenomena of our time is the increasing indifference and Aloofness of citizens, even with regard to public affairs that directly concern them
44. Aloofness - traduction anglais-français
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46. 19, Aloofness is the inherent claim of doctors vocation; Empathy is external character of medical ethic
47. 20, They interpret this body language as Aloofness or conceit and stay away, making the shy person feel even more insecure
48. 21, The child shows Aloofness (seems unaware of adults) at times.
49. Too long had he cultivated reticence, Aloofness, and moroseness
50. (White Fang, by Jack London) I have heard a traveller from the wilds of America say that he looked upon the Red Indian and the English gentleman as closely akin, citing the passion for sport, the Aloofness and the suppression of the emotions in each
51. Aloofness is one of the Water Bearer's less charming traits
52. This is the #pronunciation of #Aloofness in British #English This video is taken from https://how2pronounce.com/Aloofness
53. This way of working requires Aloofness and disregards the commitment, and therefore the risks of interpretation and any actions, which, through doubt and participation, would constitute an essential component of understanding and analysis.
54. French Translation of “Aloofness” The official Collins English-French Dictionary online
55. Aloofness 12 is a valid Scrabble Word in NWL, formerly TWL (USA, Thailand, Canada) Aloofness 12 is a valid Scrabble Word in CSW, formerly SOWPODS (Other Countries) Aloofness 14 is a valid word in WWF
56. Definitions for the word, Aloofness (n.) State of being aloof
57. Unscrambled Words in the letters, Aloofness.
58. The Aloofness of class is a potent cause of misunderstanding, but Art knows nothing of social distinctions
59. There was a curious air of Aloofness about Ida with regard to her baby, and something which gave the impression of wistfulness.
60. Synonym for Aloofness Apathy is having lack of feeling, emotion, or concern for something
61. "Becky has apathy for the entire classroom." Aloofness means being disinterested, but it also means being cold and distant
62. This does not mean Aloofness or withholding advice
63. However, their Aloofness is deceptive
64. Malamed thinks that your Aloofness is a sign of subclinical depression