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1. Aloof: [adjective] removed or distant either physically or emotionally.

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2. Synonyms for Aloof: antisocial, asocial, buttoned-up, cold, cold-eyed, cool, detached, distant; Antonyms for Aloof: cordial, friendly, sociable, social, warm

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3. Aloof definition, at a distance, especially in feeling or interest; apart: They always stood Aloof from their classmates

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4. Someone who's Aloof isn't warm and friendly, instead being distant and reserved

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5. That emotionally cold and detached fellow who keeps to himself, drinking espresso and reading French philosophy, would best be described as Aloof.

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6. Find 45 ways to say Aloof, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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7. The Crossword Solver found 163 answers to the Aloof crossword clue

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8. Please find below the Aloof crossword clue answer and solution which is part of Daily Themed Mini Crossword April 15 2021 Answers

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9. Many other players have had difficulties with Aloof that is why we have decided to share not only this crossword clue but all the Daily Themed Mini Crossword Answers every single day.

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10. Aloof: See: cold-blooded , controlled , disdainful , dispassionate , insusceptible , orgulous , phlegmatic , proud , solitary , unapproachable , unresponsive

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11. The Aloof Personality comes across as unfeeling, awkward and distant from other people

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12. People with Aloof personalities generally keep to themselves and appear to care very little about the needs and feelings of those around them

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13. The Aloof personality tends to come across as the awkward loner in a group.

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14. (adjective) Remained Aloof from political movements.

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15. Aloof 'Aloof' is a 5 letter word starting with A and ending with F Crossword clues for 'Aloof' Clue Answer; Stand-offish (5) Aloof: Hardly warm (5) Above it all (5) Detached, in a way (5) Hard to reach (5) Snobbishly unfriendly (5) Distant in …

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16. The crossword clue Aloof with 7 letters was last seen on the December 03, 2020

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17. Aloof - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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18. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Aloof adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (uninterested) apartado/a adj adjetivo: Describe el sustantivo.Puede ser posesivo, numeral, demostrativo ("casa grande", "mujer alta")

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19. Rather, introverts need to be appreciated not so much as Aloof or emotionally unresponsive (as compared to extroverts), but as more …

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20. Most of the children joined in the game, but Max was Aloof.

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21. 42 synonyms for Aloof: distant, cold, reserved, cool, formal, remote, forbidding, detached, indifferent

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22. Aloof from streets, encompass'd with a wood 1922 , Ben Travers , chapter 2, in A Cuckoo in the Nest ‎ [1] : Mother [ … ] considered that the exclusiveness of Peter's circle was due not to its distinction, but to the fact that it was an inner Babylon of prodigality and whoredom, from which every Kensingtonian held Aloof , except on the

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23. Definition of Aloof in the Definitions.net dictionary

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24. What does Aloof mean? Information and translations of Aloof in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …

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25. Aloof definition: Someone who is Aloof is not very friendly and does not like to spend time with other Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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26. ‘Ministers stayed Aloof from the groups they had worked with in opposition.’ ‘He was the watcher, Aloof from the passions around him while others lived it.’ ‘Such a phenomenon is often perceived with greater clarity by those Aloof from it.’ ‘It is to her credit that she has managed to stay Aloof from such obvious labelling.’

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27. Aloof - Comes from sailing, in which ships keep clear of coastal rocks by holding the vessel "luff"—"to the windward"; so, to hold "a-luff" means to "keep clear."

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28. The Sphinx, Aloof from such matters of little consequence, waits patiently beyond the pool

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29. Dominic had held himself Aloof from everyone, wounding them in the process.: It is all becoming too complicated and so most subscribers prefer to keep themselves Aloof from the row for now and watch serials in peace.: The man seemed to have grasped the essence of standing Aloof

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30. Transport / Grass on the hills Aloof is a debut release by DRTYWHTVNS (Cameron Rice)

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31. Synonyms for Aloof include cold, distant, cool, reserved, remote, detached, unfriendly, indifferent, frosty and withdrawn

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32. Though he kept Aloof from the Clerical party, Kaln6ky was a strong Catholic; and his sympathy for the difficulties of the Church caused adverse comment in Italy, when, in 1891, he stated in a speech before the Delegations that the question of the position of the pope was still unsettled.

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33. Tips: Although the exact origin of Aloof is unknown, it most likely came from Dutch te loef, "to

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34. (*Typically: be ~; keep ~; remain ~; stay ~.) She tends to keep Aloof from the rest of us

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35. Ken stays Aloof from other committee members between meetings.

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36. Why did Dunn remain Aloof from the expatriate society in Macao for so many years when other traders partook of it regularly?

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37. In short, to grow our intellectual capital and to ensure its steady flow to the business community, we can no longer afford to remain Aloof from the economic and …

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38. Aloof (adv.) 1530s, "to windward," from a-(1) "on" + Middle English loof "windward direction," probably from Dutch loef (Middle Dutch lof) "the weather side of a ship" (see luff (n.))

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39. Definition of Aloof adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Aloof, Adjective, Advanced

40. The queen has an Aloof personality which makes her appear snobbish to most people

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41. While my mother may seem a bit Aloof, she is really a very caring woman

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42. On the television show, the reality star seems Aloof from her friends and rarely leaves her home

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43. This is the most diabolical deck in the game! Aloof Traveler’s Harrowing Mill is hilarious and surprisingly better than it sounds

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44. Aloof Travelers has an incredibly strong summon effect, but there are more ways to get the summon effect off than by just playing the card itself

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45. Unfriendly and deliberately not talking to other people remain/stay Aloof (from somebody) They worked hard, but tended to stay Aloof from the local inhabitants

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46. Keep/hold yourself Aloof (from somebody) She had always kept herself Aloof from the boys in class

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47. "the local gentry and professional classes had held Aloof for the school had accepted their sons readily enough"

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48. ‘Ministers stayed Aloof from the groups they had worked with in opposition.’ ‘He was the watcher, Aloof from the passions around him while others lived it.’ ‘Such a phenomenon is often perceived with greater clarity by those Aloof from it.’ ‘It is to her credit that she has managed to stay Aloof from such obvious labelling.’

Aloof, Around

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