[ ey-soh-shuh l ]
/ eɪˈsoʊ ʃəl /
not sociable or gregarious; withdrawn from society.
indifferent to or averse to conforming to conventional standards of behavior.
inconsiderate of others; selfish; egocentric.
boorish, insensitive, rude, antisocial, impolite, indiscreet, reckless, alienated, standoffish, introverted, apathetic, blind, brash, discourteous, egocentric, hasty, heedless, inattentive, incautious, indelicate
Origin of asocial
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/ (eɪˈsəʊʃəl) /
avoiding contact; not gregarious
unconcerned about the welfare of others
hostile to society or social practices
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[ ā-sō′shəl ]
Avoiding or averse to the society of others; not sociable.
Unable or unwilling to conform to normal standards of social behavior; antisocial.
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