Aloofness

Antonyms of ALOOFNESS

Examples of usage:

  1. Mr Bedford, alone in his Cavorite sphere between the Earth and the Moon, experiences this sensation of aloofness. "H. G. Wells" by J. D. Beresford
  2. His behaviour excited considerable surprise and comment among the other guests; but to Esme it appeared less remarkable than his former attitude of almost hostile aloofness. "The Stronger Influence" by F.E. Mills Young
  3. " It is so agreeable to let the body move from place to place, and remain in a peaceful aloofness of the spirit all the time," he said at last. "The Point of View" by Elinor Glyn
  4. A sense of aloofness, of having no place nor part in this well- remembered house, was on him. "Mount Music" by E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  5. He had risen from his brother's death- bed with a face of stony aloofness, and had gone swiftly out, she knew not whither. "The Knave of Diamonds" by Ethel May Dell
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