asocial

Asocial vs Misanthrope - What's the difference?

asocial | misanthrope |


As an adjective asocial

is not social.

As a noun misanthrope is

one who hates all mankind; one who hates the human race.

Asocial vs Unsocial - What's the difference?

asocial | unsocial |


As adjectives the difference between asocial and unsocial

is that asocial is not social while unsocial is not social.

Asocial - What does it mean?

asocial | |

Unsociable vs Asocial - What's the difference?

unsociable | asocial | Related terms |

Unsociable is a related term of asocial.


As adjectives the difference between unsociable and asocial

is that unsociable is not needing the company of others while asocial is not social.

Asocial vs Misanthropic - What's the difference?

asocial | misanthropic | Related terms |

Asocial is a related term of misanthropic.


As adjectives the difference between asocial and misanthropic

is that asocial is not social while misanthropic is hating or disliking mankind.

Retiring vs Asocial - What's the difference?

retiring | asocial | Related terms |

Retiring is a related term of asocial.


As adjectives the difference between retiring and asocial

is that retiring is shy, introverted, liking privacy while asocial is not social.

As a verb retiring

is .

As a noun retiring

is retirement.

Unfriendly vs Asocial - What's the difference?

unfriendly | asocial | Related terms |

Unfriendly is a related term of asocial.


As adjectives the difference between unfriendly and asocial

is that unfriendly is not friendly; hostile; mean while asocial is not social.

As a noun unfriendly

is an enemy.

Taxonomy vs Asocial - What's the difference?

taxonomy | asocial |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective asocial is

not social.

Asocial vs Equal - What's the difference?

asocial | equal |


As adjectives the difference between asocial and equal

is that asocial is not social while equal is (label) the same in all respects.

As a verb equal is

(mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to.

As a noun equal is

a person or thing of equal status to others.

Asocial vs Dissocial - What's the difference?

asocial | dissocial | see also |

Asocial is a see also of dissocial.


As adjectives the difference between asocial and dissocial

is that asocial is not social while dissocial is unfriendly to society; selfish.

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