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  • as incultural
  • as insocial life

synonyms for socializing

  • artistic
  • developmental
  • adorning
  • advancing
  • beautifying
  • beneficial
  • broadening
  • civilizing
  • constructive
  • corrective
  • disciplining
  • edifying
  • educative
  • elevating
  • enriching
  • expanding
  • helpful
  • humane
  • humanizing
  • influential
  • inspirational
  • instructive
  • learned
  • liberal
  • liberalizing
  • nurturing
  • polishing
  • promoting
  • raising
  • refined
  • refining
  • regenerative
  • stimulating
  • uplifting
  • widening
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How to use socializing in a sentence

Be aware, though, that while there are ways to minimize the dangers, socializing in a group comes with risks.
SICK OF COVID-19? HERE’S WHY YOU MIGHT HAVE PANDEMIC FATIGUELGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 24, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
Urbanists are predicting that the pandemic could influence people to socialize and eat outdoors more, which would impact restaurant set-ups.
WHY PLEXIGLASS ALONE CAN’T PREVENT COVID-19TERRY NGUYENOCTOBER 23, 2020VOX
It’s a result of centuries of blurring and erasure of geographic, historical, and cultural nuance, socialized into an idea that “other” places are more homogenous and less important.
WHY DO FAST-CASUAL RESTAURANTS GET A PASS ON APPROPRIATION?JENNY DORSEYOCTOBER 5, 2020EATER
The best way to socialize safely is to diminish the three D’s — density, duration and diversity — and additionally, to wear a mask whenever possible.
HOW TO ASSESS RISKS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICPRADEEP MUTALIKSEPTEMBER 25, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
“Gaming is the most expansive category in the entertainment industry, as people everywhere turn to gaming to connect, socialize, and play with their friends,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a statement.
WHAT MICROSOFT GETS BY BUYING GAME PUBLISHER BETHESDA SOFTWORKS IN A $7.5 BILLION DEALJONATHANVANIAN2015SEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
Yet right now, screens are the only safe way for many young people to learn or socialize.
HEALTHY SCREEN TIME IS ONE CHALLENGE OF DISTANCE LEARNINGKATHRYN HULICKSEPTEMBER 11, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Restaurants in Bolton are now able to serve only takeout, and no one is allowed to socialize with people outside their household, even if they are outdoors.
AS THE U.K.’S CORONAVIRUS TESTING SYSTEM STRUGGLES, THE HEALTH SECRETARY BLAMES TOO MANY ‘INAPPROPRIATE’ TESTSDAVID MEYERSEPTEMBER 9, 2020FORTUNE
Now, as millions of people continue to stay at home, Zoom is how we work, learn, and socialize.
IS ZOOM ON THE ROAD TO GENERICIDE?MICHELLE CHENGSEPTEMBER 8, 2020QUARTZ
Students who can pay, writes Huntsberry, will be able to socialize with peers and have an adult to supervise their work, similar to the way school was pre-coronavirus.
MORNING REPORT: THE RISE OF PRIVATE, NON-SCHOOL SCHOOLING OPTIONSVOICE OF SAN DIEGOAUGUST 6, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Students who can pay will be able to socialize with peers and have an adult to supervise them in their work – much like school before coronavirus.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS MAY BE OPEN IN THE FALL – TO THOSE WHO CAN AFFORD ITWILL HUNTSBERRYAUGUST 5, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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WORDS RELATED TO SOCIALIZING

  • adorning
  • advancing
  • artistic
  • beautifying
  • beneficial
  • broadening
  • civilizing
  • constructive
  • corrective
  • developmental
  • disciplining
  • edifying
  • educative
  • elevating
  • enriching
  • expanding
  • helpful
  • humane
  • humanizing
  • influential
  • inspirational
  • instructive
  • learned
  • liberal
  • liberalizing
  • nurturing
  • polishing
  • promoting
  • raising
  • refined
  • refining
  • regenerative
  • socializing
  • stimulating
  • uplifting
  • widening
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.