1. noun

like many extroverts, he was unhappy inside

outgoing person, sociable person, socializer, life of the party
2. adjective

Raj's extrovert personality

outgoing, extroverted, sociable, gregarious, genial, affable, friendly, unreserved

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  • extrovert — n. (Psychol.) A person who is extroverted; a person who is marked by an interest in others or concerned primarily with external reality. Contrasted with {introvert}. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • extrovert — ► NOUN 1) an outgoing, socially confident person. 2) Psychology a person predominantly concerned with external things or objective considerations. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ of or characteristic of an extrovert. DERIVATIVES extroversion noun extroverted… …   English terms dictionary

  • extrovert — (n.) 1916, EXTRAVERT (Cf. extravert) (spelled with o after 1918, by influence of introvert), from Ger. Extravert, from extra outside (see EXTRA (Cf. extra )) + L. vertere to turn (see VERSUS (Cf. versus)). With …   Etymology dictionary

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  • extrovert — [n] sociable person character*, exhibitionist, gregarious person, life of the party*, showboat*, show off*; concept 423 Ant. introvert …   New thesaurus

  • extrovert — [eks′trə vʉrt΄] n. [see EXTROVERSION] Psychol. someone characterized by extroversion; a person who is active and expressive, or other than introspective: opposed to INTROVERT adj. EXTROVERTED …   English World dictionary

  • extrovert — [[t]e̱kstrəvɜː(r)t[/t]] extroverts ADJ GRADED Someone who is extrovert is very active, lively, and friendly. [mainly BRIT] His footballing skills and extrovert personality won the hearts of the public. Syn: outgoing Ant: introvert N COUNT An… …   English dictionary

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