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Who Would You Describe As "Aloof"?
Cat person or dog person? Everyone is different. But, would you go so far as to call them "aloof"?
OTHER WORDS FROM aloofa·loof·ly, adverba·loof·ness, noun
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A bisexual, wig-wearing triathlete who was raised in poverty and became a social worker, Sinema is as famous on Capitol Hill for her funky clothes and aloof style as for any particular policy vision.
Rodrigo has stayed professionally aloof about her personal life, letting the music do the talking.How Olivia Rodrigo Became America’s Biggest New Pop Star|Raisa Bruner|May 24, 2021|Time
I seek companions for activities when the mood strikes and can be aloof.
Neutrinos are famously aloof particles, and questions remained over exactly how neutrinos transfer their energy to the star’s ordinary matter under the extreme conditions of a collapsing star.
Lawmakers were open about their displeasure with Pierson, who appeared aloof as she testified before them Tuesday morning.Why Secret Service Chief Julia Pierson Was Shown the Door|Tim Mak|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They should ask themselves instead how anyone as bored and aloof as Barack Obama could bother himself to hate anything.
A Utah mother charged with killing six of her infant children was described as cold and aloof by a neighbor.
“She was always aloof, quiet, and never put out any effort to reciprocate,” Wall said.
I can see how it would make people come across as cagey or aloof.How One Doctor Mastered the Art of Delivering Life-Changing Diagnoses|Russell Saunders|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No one could be on such terms with whites, and be at heart an Indian, they thought; so they held aloof from Ramona.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
He stood aloof from Balliol, and, in spite of marked snubbing, steadily adhered to Edward.
So Piegan Smith and I stood aloof and watched the grim play, for the fate of a woman hung in the balance.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
The images and pictures on the outside of the wall were made repellent, to keep strangers aloof.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
Unquestionably he stood aloof from the battle, watching its progress at a safe distance.