Definition of unsociability in English:

unsociability

noun

  • See unsociable

    • ‘The accusations of unsociability, of individualism, of aristocratism, were closely connected with this particular mood.’
    • ‘There are times when cities simply aren't appropriate; moments of unsociability being a prime example.’
    • ‘Barnett overcorrects, however, by claiming that a Lockean theory of man's natural unsociability is the Constitution's core principle, giving each individual an effective veto over all laws.’
    • ‘Not that he had many fans here while he was alive, thanks to his shyness, unsociability and general all-round grumpiness.’
    • ‘He was notorious for his unsociability, slovenly dress and closeness with money.’

Pronunciation

unsociability

/ʌnsəʊʃəˈbɪlɪti/