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introverted (adj.)

1781, "directed inward" (of the mind, etc.), past-participle adjective from introvert (v.). Psychological sense is from 1915. Other adjectives in the non-psychological sense were introversive (1820), introvertive (1846), introverse (1874).

updated on March 08, 2016

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Definitions of introverted from WordNet

introverted (adj.)
given to examining own sensory and perceptual experiences;
Synonyms: introspective / self-examining
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