Definition of asocial in English:

asocial

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Pronunciation: /eɪˈsəʊʃ(ə)l
 
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adjective

Avoiding social interaction; inconsiderate of or hostile to others: a tendency to asocial behaviour
More example sentences
  • The right to be angry, enraged and furious has been rationalised away as asocial, pathological behaviour.
  • Here, she gets very close to describing the real problem we face today: not a problem of antisocial behaviour but rather the problem of living in an asocial society.
  • Once upon a time, monsters were, for the most part, a warning against asocial behaviour.

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