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The face of this gregarious, appealing world traveler had become familiar to almost everybody, even those who had never seen Parts Unknown or any of his other shows.
ROADRUNNER ILLUMINATES ANTHONY BOURDAIN THE MAN—BUT ARE ITS MEANS TOTALLY LEGIT?STEPHANIE ZACHAREKJULY 16, 2021TIME
His father Charles, a gregarious Cuban whose parents were Turkish and Polish transplants, owned a steel-wool factory and expected to lose it in Castro’s imminent nationalization of businesses.
CAN ONE AGENCY KEEP THE U.S. SAFE AND STILL BE HUMANE? THE NEW DHS CHIEF THINKS SOALANA ABRAMSONMAY 12, 2021TIME
As a young girl, she looked up to Willie Wood, the gregarious, hard-hitting defensive back.
MORE FOOTBALL LEADS TO WORSE CTE, SCIENTISTS SAY. CONSIDER NFL GREAT WILLIE WOOD.RICK MAESEMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Instead, Bond speculates that gregarious females might suffer less stress.
HAVING MORE FRIENDS MAY HELP FEMALE GIRAFFES LIVE LONGERSUSAN MILIUSFEBRUARY 25, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
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.
THE MURDER CHICAGO DIDN’T WANT TO SOLVEBY MICK DUMKEFEBRUARY 25, 2021PROPUBLICA
Before schools closed, he was a gregarious, imaginative kindergartner who easily made friends.
SOME OBJECTS WILL REMIND US OF THE PANDEMIC LONG AFTER IT’S OVERTHERESA VARGASFEBRUARY 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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.
IN STARZ'S ENCHANTING THE LUMINARIES, FATE AND FREE WILL BATTLE AMID NEW ZEALAND'S GOLD RUSHJUDY BERMANFEBRUARY 12, 2021TIME
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.
REMINISCENCES OF CHARLES BRADLAUGHGEORGE W. FOOTE
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
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WORDS RELATED TO GREGARIOUS

  • communicable
  • communicative
  • convivial
  • extraversive
  • extravertive
  • extroversive
  • extroverted
  • extrovertive
  • friendly
  • gregarious
  • sociable
  • social
  • unreserved
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