The Dublin people were gregarious and garrulous, and he was solitary and reflective.
It is gregarious, often many stems growing from one mass of mycelium.
Westray was of a gregarious temperament, and missed his fellow-lodger.
Gregarious: living in societies or communities; but not social.
Like the fishes, moreover, they may be either solitary or gregarious.
Man is a gregarious animal, and Jim was feeling the need of friends.
Man could not continue to exist, as a gregarious animal, without them.
The animal is gregarious, but it is seldom that more than eight or ten are found in a flock.
I am a gregarious person but not a conventionally social one.
The upas does not grow as a gregarious tree, and is nowhere found in numbers.