American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Marked by interest in and behavior directed toward others or the environment as opposed to or to the exclusion of self; gregarious or outgoing: "the hearty and extroverted types who dominated public life in Boston” ( Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.)
- adj. Possessing the characteristic property of an extrovert. Outgoing, comfortable in social interactions.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Psychol.) directed outward; marked by an interest in other people or concerned primarily with external reality.
- adj. not introspective; examining what is outside yourself
- adj. being concerned with the social and physical environment
- adj. at ease in talking to others
“Even though we call their extroverted Maestro cousins “performers,” in fact many fine performers, including some of the greatest actors and singer-songwriters, are introverted Maestros.”
“First Impression: Brenda is described as an extroverted and confident woman who’s hardworking, capable, and assertive.”
“With a little help from the perpetually upbeat Muppets, the band rediscovered the reasons they were together and went to work on "Scars and Stories," a record Slade described as "extroverted" when compared to the first two "introverted and introspective" albums.”
“Put another way, nations might become "extroverted" to the point where their urge to overcome the unknown would dwarf their historic desires for power, wealth, and recognition -- attributes which have so often led to war in the past.”
“While opinions of the advertisement vary among Chinese blogs, some blogger are critical of the "extroverted" method of image molding and believe the reputation of Chinese manufacturing can be solved domestically.”
“But -- at the end of the day I am an introvert, and can contently deal with time on my own; especially when I compare myself to my extroverted friends, who would explode if they were alone for 15 minutes!”
“I get into that other persona, the extroverted actress.”
“Used to be, when I encountered a problem, I would sit back and listen as more extroverted people took center stage to solve it, and even if I was watching a failure, I was reluctant to intervene.”
“All I remember from some History of Clothing book was that, originally, pink was used for boys because it was the brighter more … extroverted color, and of course boys are more … extroverted.”
“Mr. Lipman said that the reason the mix works is because "financial types tend to be extroverted, and here's a chance to be really extroverted.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘extroverted’.
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
Looking for tweets for extroverted.