- n (psychology) a person concerned more with practical realities than with inner thoughts and feelings
- s being concerned with the social and physical environment
- She is not the one to sit in a corner in a party. She is an extrovert and it shows when she is in a gathering.
- They dined frequently, and the introvert Ratzinger sometimes accepted rides in the extrovert Kng's Alfa Romeo.
- British satirist Sacha Baron Cohen as extrovert Austrian fashion reporter Brno, in the red light-district of Amsterdam.
- Gordon Brown in Reuters UK
Well, I could present our message a lot better, I'm actually shy by nature rather than extrovert, someone who feels that your actions should speak for themselves, but that's not the way politics works these days,Brown said in excerpts of the...
- Jose Mourinho in Times of Malta
Frank Lampard is a different kind of person, not so extrovert. He is the best professional I have ever worked with,Mourinho said in an interview on www.feelfootball.com. "He's the player that trains better, has more concentration, more...
- Dennis Quaid in Vancouver Sun
This guy is certainly more sedentary than myself, he's not an extrovert and I guess I would consider myself to be that,Quaid said. "But that's exactly the kind of place as an actor that I want to go. I want to jump, and make that leap."