unsocialized

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unsocialized

(ʌnˈsəʊʃəˌlaɪzd) or

unsocialised

adj
marked by unsocialism
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When the unsocialised Eleven begins to disrobe in front of the teenage boys, their reaction is one of panic.
The cats are all unsocialised and suffering from serious health conditions, including flea infestation, worms, cat flu and eye problems.
Fourth, the unsocialised cost of failure and the risk of imitation discourage private entities from discovering which pre-existing products can be manufactured domestically at a profit--a situation known as informational externality.
Even if you're sure you and your family can make that lifelong commitment though, the fear is that many mums and dads will fall foul of people selling sick, unsocialised or illegally imported puppies.
When she arrived she was unsocialised with people and was scared of everything.
a certain unharnessed and unsocialised remainder is thereby produced which contests the appearance of the law-abiding citizen" (page 88).
In this case, extraversion has a broader meaning than that generally implied in current personality research, and was considered a cluster of second-order traits, similarly to P-ImpUSS (Psychoticism-Impulsive Unsocialised Sensation Seeking; Zuckerman, 1992; Zuckerman, Kuhlman, Joireman, Teta, & Kraft, 1993), or the ImpASS (Impulsive Antisocial Sensation Seeking) Trait Cluster (Pickering, 2004) or a group of Behavioral Activation System-related traits (BAS-related traits) (Pickering & Smille, 2008).
Sarah Sceats, for instance, reads images of culinary fusion in literature as producing "on the one hand homogeneity of choke and on the other progress--or reversion--to 'uncivilized', unsocialised manners with the expectation of instant gratification.
Dr Lengua, who was called by the defence, said the boy suffered from an unsocialised conduct disorder and had a "below normal" IQ.
Dr Lengua, who was called by the defence, said the teenager suffered from an unsocialised conduct disorder and had a "below-normal" IQ.
Dr Lengua said the teenager suffered from an unsocialised conduct disorder and had a "below-normal" IQ.