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used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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socially distant or uninterested in something that interests others — often thinking oneself superior to others
  • Nat remained aloof, absorbed in a totally male world of rigging and canvas.
    p. 17.3
  • His thin clothing had dried on him, but the friendly grin of that morning had been replaced by an aloof and mocking smile that showed only too well that his morning's ducking had not been forgotten.
    p. 13.0

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