Definition of "unsociability" [un•so•cia•bil•i•ty]
The state or quality of being unsociable.(noun)
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Use "unsociability" in a sentence
"Hawthorn turned back the clock somewhat with its 'unsociability' in 2008, its niggling pushing the boundaries of the rules in order to gain a psychological edge on its opponents."
"To see a woman get taunted for being simultaneously frigid and lachrymose and then get teased for her smarts was not to ascribe to her inherently feminine qualities of frigidity, sentimentality, or unsociability."
"As a result De Tocqueville ascribed to the English "a strange unsociability, reserved and taciturn"."