Willing to talk and engage in activities with other people; friendly,
Willing to talk and engage in activities with other people; friendly
being a sociable person, Eva loved entertaining
(of a place, occasion, or activity) Marked by friendliness
a very sociable little village
An open carriage with facing side seats
An informal social gathering
a church sociable
inclined to or conducive to companionship with others; "a sociable occasion"; "enjoyed a sociable chat"; "a sociable conversation"; "Americans are sociable and gregarious"
a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity
friendly and pleasant; "a sociable gathering"
(sociableness) sociability: the relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with one's fellows
(sociably) gregariously: in a gregarious manner
The Sociable or Buddy Bike or Side By Side Bicycle is a bicycle that supports two riders who sit side by side.
A sociable (short for sociable coach) or barouche-sociable is an open, four-wheeled carriage described as a cross between a barouche and a victoria, having two double seats facing each other. It might be controlled from the interior by an owner-driver or have a box for a coachman. ...
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Tending to socialize or be social; friendly; inviting; congenial
(Sociability) inclined to prefer company; Friendly; Characterized by friendly conversation. (Webster's Dictionary) Bobbie D
(sociability) a child's inclination to interact with others and to seek their attention or approval.
A rare type of bicycle for two riders sitting side-by-side. Not technically a "tandem" since that term implies one rider in front of the other.
When a species of animal likes to be around others of the same species. Since goldfinches like to be around other goldfinches, we call them "sociable."
vehicle used by Queen Victoria for her drives around Balmoral; John Brown sat in the rumble.
A low-hung vehicle, carrying four seated vis-à-vis, drawn by a pair of horses and driven from the box seat. Similar to the Victoria, but with doors.
this is extremely important to learn before you visit Nova Scotia. It’s a tradition in our bars. It’s a toast of sorts. Someone shouts out, “Sociable!” in a bar and everyone else has to raise their glasses and have a drink. ...