Aloof in a sentence

Use Aloof in a sentence

Aloof;

Meaning: [adjective, adverb] distant, unfriendly; detached; cold ;

The beautiful girl always keeps herself aloof from the boys in the club.

Some dogs are sociable, while others are aloof.

He is rather aloof and undemonstrative towards strangers.

I try to be aloof from the political campaigns as I don’t believe in politics.

Charles was aloof to Diana and their sons.

Cats are fastidious, dignified, sometimes aloof animals.

Brook recognises that theatre can not stand aloof from technological change.

He was aloof and wooden in dealings with his followers.

She was a nice person but a little aloof.