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As a young girl, she looked up to Willie Wood, the gregarious, hard-hitting defensive back.
Instead, Bond speculates that gregarious females might suffer less stress.
He projected strength even while forced to follow orders, and was well liked and gregarious though in the end a mystery even to many who spent time with him.
Before schools closed, he was a gregarious, imaginative kindergartner who easily made friends.
She crosses paths with Lydia Wells, a striking, gregarious, street-smart woman with a cascade of wild red hair that recalls Waterhouse’s rendering of the Lady of Shalott.
Less marked instances appear in the elephants, in some of the birds, and in certain other gregarious animals.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
Mr. Bradlaugh had to hold together a different species, with leaping legs, butting horns, and a less gregarious tendency.
Such a lot of fuss is made in the world by ignoring the great fact that man is by nature both gregarious and polygamous.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
There are immeasurable differences between the gregarious man and the man who lives closest to nature.
Z. MARCASHONORE DE BALZAC
What do you understand Trotter to mean by the gregarious instinct as a mechanism controlling conduct?

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