- a (of plants) growing together in groups that are not close together
- a (of animals) not gregarious
- s not disposed to seek company
a lonely ungregarious person
- In Hollywood he is known as an ungregarious, stiffly independent man who does not hesitate to walk out of a studio if a picture is not produced to his liking.
- Their circle of friends is small; the Ferkaufs are ungregarious by nature, never entertain anyone from the company in their home, and have never had a party big enough to be .
- Retiring, unflighty, even ungregarious, she lives quietly with her husband, reformed Crooner Dick Powell, 41, in a two-bedroom country house in the Los Angeles suburb of Brentwood.