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- sociable (adj.)
- 1550s, "enjoying the company of others," from Middle French sociable (16c.) and directly from Latin sociabilis "close, intimate, easily united," from sociare "to join, unite," from socius "companion, ally" (see social (adj.)).
- 1. She's a sociable child who'll talk to anyone.
- 2. Roger is a very sociable person.
- 3. The Smiths are a sociable family.
- 4. It is a very sociable diet to follow because you don't have to put anyone out.
- 5. Make a list of your child's toys and then categorise them as sociable or antisocial.
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