extroversive extroversive


  • (adj) directed outward; marked by interest in others or concerned with external reality



  1. Gruenther himself had once said he was too introverted for so extroversive a job as supreme commander.
  2. He had succeeded Robert Lovett, a World War I flyer, a reserved, close-mouthed man who was a perfect complement to the imaginative, extroversive Hap Arnold, then Air Forces chief.
  3. As renowned as his daring was Mac's ever-bubbling, extroversive ebullience.
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