Unsociable sentence example

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  • I also have a very friendly Labrador and an unsociable cat !
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  • He was merely a private person - private and unsociable.
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  • They have a language of their own, and are an unsociable people, suspicious of strangers, ever ready to decamp if they think a tax-collector is near.
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  • On our homecoming the driver of the minibus was rather unsociable.
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  • On the downside tho, hours are often unsociable and the job can easily become quite tiring.
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  • Due to unsociable behavior by a few, this is sometimes barely adequate for the task.
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  • Depending on the type of job plumbers may have to hire equipment, or may be called out at very unsociable times.
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  • The Guardian features the story of a German GP who is now spending much of his time working unsociable hours in Norfolk.
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  • Too few guests and the atmosphere will seem unsociable; too many and it will be too crowded to circulate or dine comfortably.
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  • Such friendships testify both to the worth and the attractiveness of his character, and contradict the old legend that he was an unsociable misanthrope.
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  • Although you can work really long hours at unsociable times of the day, I really enjoy coming to work.
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  • On top of your hourly rate you will recieve a £ 5 attendance bonus per day and a £ 5 unsociable hours allowance.
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  • Council taxpayers should not be paying for clearing up the mess these unsociable people leave behind.
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