Definition of 'gregarious'

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Synonyms of "gregarious"
Synonyms of "gregarious"
French Translation of "gregarious"
French Translation of "gregarious"
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From a relatively quiet country upbringing, an extraordinarily gregarious and confident person emerged. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was a gregarious man and was not good on his own. Judd, Alan Ford Madox Ford (1990)He was something of a loner, a reflective person who became gregarious in company. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He wasn't a gregarious man anyway. The Sun (2016)As a result he wasn't the most gregarious man. The Sun (2008)Although so frequently in debt, he was not by nature a gregarious young man. Hibbert, Christopher Red Coats and Rebels - the war for America 1770-1781 (1990)Although always a gregarious man, his distaste for some he encountered was barely hidden. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I'm not a very gregarious person. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A gregarious man, he was a generous and jovial host. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are smarter, enjoy sport, and are naturally gregarious. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She's less outgoing and gregarious than I am. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A gregarious man, he proved the ideal ambassador both for the industry and Geneva. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He was a gregarious, easygoing man, and his skills lay in his ability to deal with a wide variety of people and in difficult circumstances. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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