Definition of Gregarious
fond of the company of others; sociable.
Examples of 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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