sociable

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sociable

a type of open carriage with two seats facing each other
References in classic literature ?
Well, of course, there are poets and poets, poets sociable and poets very unsociable.
All three were equally new, but numbers one and two were curtained and sedate, with a human, sociable look to them; while number three, with yawning door and unkempt garden, had apparently only just received its furniture and made itself ready for its occupants.
Reuben Limbrick was not a hospitable or a sociable man.
You're a gentleman, and as gentlemen you and George comes to the opinion that you're rather playin' it for all it's worth in this yer house, you know--comin' here night and day, off and on, reg'lar sociable and fam'ly like, and makin' people talk about things they ain't any call to talk about, and, what's a darned sight more, YOU FELLOWS ain't got any right YET to allow 'em to talk about, d'ye see?
One always felt that an orderly and very sociable kind of life was going on there.