(of animals) Living in flocks or loosely organized communities
gregarious species forage in flocks from colonies or roosts
(of plants) Growing in open clusters or in pure associations
(of animals) tending to form a group with others of the same species; "gregarious bird species"
instinctively or temperamentally seeking and enjoying the company of others; "he is a gregarious person who avoids solitude"
(of plants) growing in groups that are close together
(gregariousness) the quality of being gregarious--having a dislike of being alone
The term Social refers to a characteristic of living organisms (humans in particular, though biologists also apply the term to populations of other animals). ...
(Gregariousness) Value that is found in friendships is often the result of a friend demonstrating the following on a consistent basis: * The tendency to desire what is best for the other * Sympathy and empathy
* Honesty, perhaps in situations where it may be difficult for others to speak the ...
Describing one who enjoys being in crowds and socializing; Of animals that travel in herds or packs
(Gregariously) Insects tending to feed or remain in groups.
a growth form in which mushrooms fruit in relatively close proximity.
(adj.) drawn to the company of others, sociable (Well, if you’re not gregarious, I don’t know why you would want to go to a singles party!)
Living in herds or flock (Guralnik 1970)
is a term often used to refer to social animals that enjoy living in a group and the companionship of others.
living or moving in a group with others of its kind, as in a flock of birds or school of fish
Gathering together, especially in groups composed of one species.
Friendly; meeting up with others of like mind. From Latin gregarius, "belonging to a herd or flock," from grex, greg-, "herd, flock." (OED)
This character gets a +4 bonus to Attack as long as an ally is within 6 squares.
some birds live in groups and are said to be gregarious. One such species is the White-Winged Chough. They are usually seen in groups of from 5 to 10, though the family group that visits my garden has been up to 12 in size. I have seen larger groups than that in other places.