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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishextrovertex‧tro‧vert, extravert /ˈekstrəvɜːt $ -ɜːrt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  FRIENDLYsomeone who is active and confident, and who enjoys spending time with other people opp introvert Her sister was always more of an extrovert.see thesaurus at confidentextrovert adjective a friendly, extrovert young Australian
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extrovertLike Margarett, she was mercurial, an extrovert who was terribly shy, a courteous woman who shocked with her candor.Her sister-in-law, on the other hand, has been more of an extrovert.Most actors are natural extroverts.From being a painfully shy, diffident recluse, he suddenly metamorphosed into a garrulous and sometimes painfully overbearing extrovert.Jan says her twin babies are completely different: Kelly is a real extrovert while Jessie is quiet and thoughtful.The work in sales appeals to the extrovert in me.The work appeals to the extrovert in her.Willie is a total extrovert who will talk to any stranger.He's a total extrovert who will talk to any stranger.Richard Duke of York meanwhile was an excellent dancer - as might be expected of a youthful extrovert with several fun-loving sisters.
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