He was said to have had “antisocial issues,” withdrawing and refusing to participate in class.
Few of those who believe Hernandez is guilty will be surprised by a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder.
He had all his digits and limbs and, to my knowledge, had committed no antisocial acts with his legally obtained explosives.
But when this witness began to act out in antisocial ways, his mother sent him off to foster care.
Over against it stands the antisocial character of magic, at any rate when directed against individuals.
"We mustn't be antisocial, Mr. Funston," Miss Abercrombie said lightly, but firmly.
Nevertheless, this mass of youth is on the whole in an unnatural position—an antisocial relation.
The individual is assumed to be by nature an antisocial being.
His antisocial nature and his miserable manner of living kept every one from him.
All sorts of antisocial arts may be practised for his destruction.
antisocial an·ti·so·cial (ān'tē-sō'shəl, ān'tī-)
Behaving in a manner that violates the social or legal norms of society.