not sociable or gregarious; withdrawn from society.
indifferent to or averse to conforming to conventional standards of behavior.
inconsiderate of others; selfish; egocentric.
“The asocial aspect of it is really appealing,” Soderbergh went on to say of his new career choice.
Soderbergh’s Swansong Nicole LaPorte September 13, 2009
Our study of Buddhism has brought to light its extremely individualistic nature, and its lack of asocial ideal.
Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic Sidney L. Gulick
avoiding contact; not gregarious
unconcerned about the welfare of others
hostile to society or social practices
1883, “antagonistic to society or social order,” from a- “not” + social (adj.); also cf. antisocial.
asocial a·so·cial (ā-sō’shəl)
Avoiding or averse to the society of others; not sociable.
Unable or unwilling to conform to normal standards of social behavior; antisocial.
died 232 b.c, Buddhist king in India 269?–232? b.c. Historical Examples Then she bent and broke the flowery twigs from trees, such as the Sala, the Asoka and the Tilaka. Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 1 Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa The reign of Akbar bears a strange resemblance to that of Asoka. The Great Events […]
having no material body; incorporeal.
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