Synonym: amiable, congenial, cordial, friendly, gregarious. Similar words: social, socially, associate, associated, association, social services, social contract, reliable. Meaning: ['səʊʃəbl] n. a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity. adj. 1. inclined to or conducive to companionship with others 2. friendly and pleasant.
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1. These dogs show a very sociable disposition.
2. He has never really been the sociable type.
3. Her sociable manner is really a mask for a very shy nature.
4. We had a very sociable weekend .
5. George was in no mood to be sociable.
6. He made no attempt to be sociable.
7. Rob's very sociable - he likes his parties.
8. Roger is a very sociable person.
9. She's a sociable child who'll talk to anyone.
10. I'm not feeling very sociable this evening.
11. I'm not in a sociable mood.
12. She was, and remained, extremely sociable, enjoying dancing, golf, tennis, skating and bicycling.
13. The hours are not very sociable in this job .
14. The sociable behaviour of lions is considered atypical of the cat family.
15. But not all social responses result in sociable congregation.
16. I felt stimulated - mentally alert, talkative and sociable.
17. I wish he were a more sociable person.
18. She's a friendly, sociable woman.
19. I did not crave a more sociable life.
20. Catherine Prince is tall, athletic-looking, easy going and sociable.
21. Being a sociable person, Eva loved entertaining.
22. It's more interesting and more sociable.
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23. The least sociable auk, breeding in very loose colonies, in crevices of cliffs and rocks.
24. Robertson's 37 Bar An intimate, sociable pub with no distractions from the real pleasure of drink and talk.
25. I had a headache and I wasn't feeling very sociable.
26. Make a list of your child's toys and then categorise them as sociable or antisocial.
27. The social life is an important facet of university education, and Eva had always been a sociable person.
28. Some research has shown that people without brothers and sisters tend to be less sociable.
29. Shrimpton was in the mid-forties, overweight, and slightly larger than life, a sociable type.
30. Dancing also gave a feeling of well-being and encouraged them to be more sociable.
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