1650s, of thought or contemplation, from Modern Latin introversionem, noun of action from past participle stem of *introvertere (see introvert). Meaning "tendency to withdraw from the world" is from 1912.
1. The contrast between extroversion and introversion is entirely superficial.
2. The oft - drawn contrast extroversion and introversion is entirely superficial.
3. Introversion is no more my character, make friends with optimistic and happy.
4. A personality trait including the qualities of both introversion and extroversion.
5. It is an introversion, quiet, a bIt'self - abased, the person with rich affection.