Gregarious in a Sentence
Definition of Gregarious
fond of the company of others; sociable.
Use Gregarious in a sentence
When you walk in a room, you radiate gregarious energy, surely to brighten all gloomy souls.
Gregarious people are likely to hang out with friends every weekend while reserved people keep to themselves.
If you want to be more approachable, show a gregarious smile.
Storms of people rushed in the nightclub to have a gregarious time dancing and singing to the music.
The gregarious 94-year-old grooved to rap music, a move that shocked the other retirees in the room.
As gregarious as you are with me, I am sure everyone will admire you.
Jolly and gregarious, Santa Clause handed out toys and candy canes in a surprise visit to my school.
You do not typically associate nerdy computer programmers of having a gregarious personality.
Joe, being gregarious, was always the life of the party.
If you want to have a fun time, hang out with the gregarious crowd, not the silent nutcase in the corner who picks his skin and talks to himself.
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