Expressions - Collocations of the word " aloof "

" aloof "Collocations - Expressions
a little aloof1) They found two adjacent tables and settled down, the men a little aloof from the women.
2) If he seems a little aloof , don't forget that he is a little lonely too.
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aloof1) His demeanor is calm and somewhat aloof .
2) He keeps aloof from buying and selling things.
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aloof from1) He keeps aloof from buying and selling things.
2) He kept himself aloof from all party strife.
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be aloof1) This breed is aloof with strangers but never aggressive.
2) Michelle was gracious towards the man while Liz was aloof .
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hold aloof1) Only one section held aloof -the Independent Labour Party.
2) It is an affair of patience, because sometimes the fish hold aloof unaccountably.
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keep aloof1) He keeps aloof from buying and selling things.
2) The meeting was cooler than expected, Keynes keeping aloof .
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look aloof1) Channelling a post-pubescent Wednesday Addams , Wasikowska always looks aloof and that should work to the film's advantage.
2) The issue opens with Clint Barton on the cover of Doomed Love , looking aloof while all the women in his life surround him in little hearts .
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remain aloof1) As romance blossoms, one student remains aloof .
2) Still many kids remained aloof -impressed, but not convinced.
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seem aloof1) Black can also mean submissive and make one seem aloof .
2) Black outfits can also be overpowering, or make the wearer seem aloof or evil.
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slightly aloof1) Accounts of McCool in his Somerset period portray him as a thoughtful but slightly aloof character.
2) Children born under this sign are slightly aloof , and despite their popularity, they might not always discover themselves leading the masses.
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somewhat aloof1) His demeanor is calm and somewhat aloof .
2) Rhodesian Ridgebacks are loyal, intelligent, and somewhat aloof to strangers.
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stand aloof1) It is increasingly difficult for social workers to stand aloof .
2) Brook recognises that theatre can not stand aloof from technological change.
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stay aloof1) Many who were stayed aloof from the war.
2) When managers stay aloof , that makes it even worse.
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