Ambivert



one whose personality type is intermediate between extrovert and introvert.
noun
(psychol) a person who is intermediate between an extrovert and an introvert
n.

“person exhibiting features of an extrovert and an introvert,” coined by Kimball Young in “Source Book for Social Psychology” (1927), from ambi- “about, around” + Latin vertere, as in introvert. Related: Ambiversion.

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