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Sentence count:38Posted:2016-11-06Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: tactlessnessfitnessshynesswitnessfinessebusinessawarenesstoughnessMeaning: [-nɪs]  n. 1. indifference by personal withdrawal 2. a disposition to be distant and unsympathetic in manner. 
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1, Her manner partook of an aloofness.
2, Her cool aloofness was seen as arrogance by some people.
3, Her aloofness at the interview at the Ritz is a punishment for him not calling her back soon enough.
4, Not for her that studied aloofness which so many attractive women mistakenly affect.
5, He steered a middle course between intimacy and aloofness which would have endeared him to the most demanding of guests.
6, Their recollections also emphasize his aloofness, shyness, sudden love of fun, and self-contained nature.
7, It was his aloofness, in fact, that ended his congressional career in 1992.
8, Only they are scrupulous about maintaining a professional aloofness.
9, He had an air of haughty aloofness.
10, Aloofness is not the same as shyness.
11, He had an air of aloofness about him.
12, A feeling or show of contempt and aloofness; scorn.
13, He should rid himself of aloofness and arrogance.
14, His self-control,[] reserve and aloofness were almost inhuman.
15, Their confident nature may now just be aloofness and self - centredness.
16, Things happen between friends, like jealousy, quarrel, aloofness, are not fresh.
17, Stuant's wistful tranquility and almost saintlike aloofness were hard nuts to crack, even for Sister Agatha.
18, Objecting to the tenderness and aloofness of humor and the vulgarism of humor, Lu Xun advocated a new concept of humor to criticize the reality, improve the work, and enliven life.
19, Aloofness is the inherent claim of doctors vocation; Empathy is external character of medical ethic.
20, They interpret this body language as aloofness or conceit and stay away, making the shy person feel even more insecure.
21, The child shows aloofness ( seems unaware of adults ) at times.
22, Things occur between friends, like jealousy, aloofness, diffidation, are not fresh.
23, Soon the archer sensed an aloofness, a lack of confidence, in the Emperor's attitude.
24, That he wrote it in the winter of 1940-41 gave an indication of the insecurity which underlay his apparent aloofness.
25, His lazy, supercilious eyes, too, managed their affectation of aloofness without actually missing a trick.
26, More accurately, the apathy and futility can be described as schizoid aloofness.
27, He was a very private man and some mistook this for aloofness.
28, That was the nice thing about the horses' strange stable: its cathedral-like aloofness from the weather.
29, The Rottweiler makes a loyal and wonderful companion, but requires time and training. The Rottweiler is a basically calm, confident, and courageous dog with a self-assured aloofness.
30, The Rottweiler is basically a calm, confident and courageous dog with a self-assured aloofness that does not lend itself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships.
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