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used in Atlas Shrugged

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socially distant or uninterested in something that interests others — often thinking oneself superior to others
  • Turning to look at him, she thought: From his aloofness, from his manner of glass-enclosed formality, from his pride in never being made to feel anything-to this, to Hank Rearden in bed beside her, after hours of a violence which they could not name now, not in words or in daylight-but which was in their eyes, as they looked at each other, which they wanted to name, to stress, to throw at each other's face.
    1.9 Part 1 Chapter 9 — The Sacred and the Profane (1% in)

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