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gregarious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
gregariousgre‧gar‧i‧ous /ɡrɪˈɡeəriəs $ -ˈɡer-/ adjective  1 FRIENDLYfriendly and preferring to be with other people syn sociable opp solitary2 technicalHBA gregarious animals tend to live in a group opp solitarygregariously adverbgregariousness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
gregariousAway from the territories the birds remain gregarious.Colleagues call the former Democratic deputy whip gregarious and determined; he is a leading figure in the Latino world.Kim is gregarious and fun-loving.He throws gregarious comments at will into his customers' conversations, in between serving drinks.Now, I was a moderately gregarious fellow.She can be as engaging at public events as her gregarious husband.A gregarious single woman in her mid-thirties, she came to me feeling atrophied in her position with a major insurance company.Dolphins were happy, gregarious surface dwellers.
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