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a·so·cial

(ā-sō'shŭl),
Not social; withdrawn from society; indifferent to social rules or customs; for example, a recluse, a regressed schizophrenic person, a schizoid personality. Compare: antisocial.

asocial

[āsō′shəl]
Etymology: Gk, a, without; L, socius, companion
withdrawn or disengaged from normal contacts with other individuals.

a·so·cial

(ā-sō'shăl)
Not social; withdrawn from society; indifferent to social rules or customs; e.g., a recluse, a regressed schizophrenic person, a schizoid personality.
Compare: antisocial

asocial

(ā-sō′shăl) [ ¹an- + social]
1. Withdrawn from society.
2. Inconsiderate of the needs of others.
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We might still wonder why artists gave up the calculable social rewards available to bourgeois writers for the less evident rewards of prestige within asocially marginal group, or why the larger society proceeded to grant respect to that group by endowing their negations of surrounding social values with various kinds of institutional verifications of their status as a profession.
80mn pa), liberalisation of the labour market for pilots, the cancellation of asocially important' and loss-making routes and liberalisation of the refuelling market.
About 2,000 police officers from across the country are expected to participate in the project aSocially competent police employees close to the societya and 800 of them will undergo a 3-day training.

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