sociable


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sociable

a type of open carriage with two seats facing each other
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Here, in a valley of the mountains through which this head-water makes its way, they found a band of the Skynses, who were extremely sociable, and appeared to be well disposed, and as they spoke the Nez Perce language, an intercourse was easily kept up with them.
While partaking of this simple repast, the inmates of Marheyo's house, after the style of the ancient Romans, reclined in sociable groups upon the divan of mats, and digestion was promoted by cheerful conversation.
The passengers are not garrulous, but still they are sociable. I like those old people, but somehow they all seem to have the "Oh, my" rather bad.
In some of the dense forests there lived great beasts of every sort; yet these were for the most part harmless and even sociable, and conversed agreeably with those who visited their haunts.
We were sociable and gregarious, and these singing and laughing councils satisfied us.
They were the least repulsive to the palate and carried the most "kick." And yet, I desired her cocktails only for sociability's sake, to key myself to sociable moods.
Lecount," he said, with the frank and cheerful politeness of a naturally sociable man.
AIT'S great to hear that you are getting a pair of rabbits, as they are really sociable creatures and should always be housed with other bunnies.
Going by the caliber of guests who attended the grand finale of your 15th coronation anniversary on April 6, one would agree that you are a sociable traditional ruler.
starlings sociable hunting insects Alan Lancashire Young starlings are all brown and fluffy and loud.
class="MsoNormalHis colleagues described him as a sociable man but who had recently become reclusive, preferring to spend most of his off duty time alone.