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  • n. The quality of being antisocial.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A quality, act, or habit of an individual, class, or group which is antagonistic to social feeling, habit, or interest. Extreme antisociality is criminality.


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  • My mood still feels exceptionally fragile, motivation is a rare thing, and I had a few moments of super-intense antisociality/crowd-anxiety on Friday.

    touch and go - emergency weblog; or: epersonae; or: elaine nelson

  • Other physical tests show us other marks of antisociality and evil in the soul.

    The Wonder of Children

  • And that amiable discontent and antisociality which you reprobate in our present drawing-room-table literature, I find, I do assure you, a very fine mental tonic, which reconciles me to my favourite pursuit of doing nothing, by showing me that nobody is worth doing any thing for.

    Nightmare Abbey

  • Since psychopathic individuals are at increased risk for developing substance use problems, the Vanderbilt team decided to investigate possible links between the brain's reward system (activated by abused substances and natural reward), and a behavioral trait (impulsive/antisociality) characteristic of psychopathy.


  • (impulsive/antisociality) characteristic of psychopathy.

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