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extroverted

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extraverted

(ĕk′strə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Characterized by interest in and behavior directed toward others or the environment rather than oneself; gregarious or outgoing.
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Thus, it defends Haiman's analysis against Kemmer's (1993) critique by showing that while the distinction between introverted and extroverted verbs does serve to explain the data that Haiman applies it to, Kemmer's criterion of participant distinguishability does not.
When they attend an operations meeting, they may force themselves to be more extroverted.
For example, since managers are more extroverted than physicians, they must avoid becoming too "personal" and defer to physicians' greater need for privacy.
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The introverts in your recovery program are in a unique position to teach counselors and extroverted clients about the diversity of temperament and how it adds to the program as a whole, as opposed to detracting from it.
He said being a clown has made him more positive and more extroverted.
This is a wind-free sun trap bringing more light and morning sun into the main living area, its vivid, warm red walls contrasting with the cool blue of the sea opposite, so emphasizing the contrast between introverted patio and extroverted terrace.
The early-twenty-first-century idea of domesticity has turned inward from extroverted, upbeat notions of the everyday, now favoring darker reflections on who we are at home in the semiprivate space of family life--with artworks appearing that aren't nearly as life as the "lifestyle" art that proliferated in the '90S.
Recent developments include conformation of all escuela work to the Pericets' legacy; full Spanish translations; and a parallel all-flamenco syllabus with contratiempo (counter-rhythm), bulerias (a rhythmically complex, extroverted flamenco genre), and other focused flamenco work replacing the escuela and regional sections.
After playing a straight cipher who exists only for the clandestine pleasure of privileged Nathalie Baye in the dreadful An Affair of Love, hunky, hirsute Spanish actor Sergi Lopez has found a role worthy of his tremendous talent: He plays latently homo Harry--an extroverted, ingratiating sociopath--in French director Dominik Moll's pearl of a film With a Friend Like Harry.
Extremely introverted and extroverted personalities are two ends of a continuum, with most people falling somewhere in between.
Not only do the female respondents claim to be more extroverted, 39% assert that they become even more extroverted in the workplace.