Definition of extrovert in English:
1An outgoing, overtly expressive person.
- Are there canny advantages to being socially averse that the extroverts among us never see?
- The extroverts need to socialize, the introverts dread it.
- Also, I don't think that it's safe to assume that extroverts have particularly effective social skills.
1.1 Psychology A person predominantly concerned with external things or objective considerations. Compare with introvert.
- Researchers measured extraversion and introversion among participants with a standard questionnaire and then compared extraverts to introverts by correlating the extraversion score to the strength of the positive-affect boost.
- Background music can help extroverts focus, but tends to torment introverts.
- Interestingly, the biggest liars were extroverts.
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Of, denoting, or typical of an extrovert: his extrovert personality made him the ideal host
More example sentences
- I also worked with the costume designer, the make-up girl and the hairdresser to define a look that matched Julie's extrovert personality.
- A very jolly extrovert personality, Eileen enjoys the social aspect of the game and she is hugely popular with her sporting friends.
- Even the most extrovert social butterfly sometimes needs to flutter away from the public gaze.
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- Five major personality traits - conscientiousness, agreeableness, neuroticism, openness and extraversion - continue to evolve as people age.
- He gave transcripts of these chat-room discussions to a new group of students and asked them to rate specific individuals' behavioral traits such as extraversion, openness and neurosis.
- It is generally accepted that the traits of neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness represent the core components of personality.
Words that rhyme with extrovertBrownshirt • undershirt
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