For instance, "person" means something totally different to the extrovert from what it does to the introvert.
The mind becomes full of sex: and always, in an introvert, of his own sex.
It has been said of him by some people that he was somewhat of an introvert, very quiet, not seeking the company of others.
I would say that Lee's character was that he was more of a listener than a talker, not to the extent of being an introvert.
The accent of value lies upon the ego for the introvert, but upon the object for the extrovert.
The introvert is the typical contemplative, predominantly interested in the inner world.
The Major Maintainer hadn't merely been switched to introvert.
The introvert's natural adaptation is by means of thought; feeling being more or less repressed remains undeveloped.
The introvert regards everything from the aspect of his own personality; the extrovert is dependent upon the value of his object.
An Extrovert can hardly conceive the necessity which compels the introvert to conquer the world by means of a system.
introvert in·tro·vert (ĭn'trə-vûrt', ĭn'trə-vûrt')
v. in·tro·vert·ed, in·tro·vert·ing, in·tro·verts
To turn or direct inward.
To concentrate one's interests upon oneself.
To turn a tubular organ or part inward upon itself.
One whose thoughts and feelings are directed toward oneself.
An anatomical structure that is capable of being introverted.