Definition of 'unsociable'
Example sentences containing 'unsociable'
If he felt surprise at receiving a visit so late from his unsociable neighbour, he didn't betray it but offered Ellen a glass of hock.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
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