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Having or showing a lack of desire for the company of others.

un·so′cial·ly adv.
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in an unsocial manner
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The star said that women with children were being unfairly held back in their careers because of the unsocially long hours involved in film-making.
It cannot solve the problem to which it was created and resurrected to respond, because the two means it has available for addressing the questions raised by the requirements of social membership and politically activity are unsocially sociable themselves, to borrow Kant's turn of phrase: the associative and the delineative can live neither with nor without each other.