मिलनसार, सामाजिक, सब से बोलनेवाला, संगमप्रियसंसर्ग शील, स्नेह वृद्धि, मेली
Noun(1) a party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity
Adjective(1) inclined to or conducive to companionship with others(2) friendly and pleasant
(1) There were several other men working in that lab and Olivia's heartfelt hope was that by associating with them, Arthur would begin to regain the sociable nature that had been such a key characteristic of his before he went off to war.(2) The bar allowed guests to relax in a sociable setting with villagers from the artisan village down the road who came nearly every night.(3) He was a friendly neighbour and sociable man, always with enough time to smoke a pipeful of good tobacco, or verse about the weather crops and things that affected the daily lives of people.(4) Davis has become sensitive to family life, but not so sensitive that it changes who he is, a lively, sociable sort who throws himself into everything.(5) He was a quiet, pleasant, sociable man and he regularly walked dogs for his neighbours.(6) On some farms, where there might be half a dozen land girls working and living together in the farmhouse or billeted in nearby hostels, these were happy, sociable years.(7) He commissioned a " sociable " which was bright yellow in colour and built like a motor coach without an engine.(8) A very sociable man, he had his own chair at his ├ö├ç├┐local├ö├ç├û where he was appreciated as a raconteur of amusing and highly-embroidered stories.(9) He was a sociable guy who loved company and working with people.(10) He described his mother as a friendly, active and sociable woman who had recovered from the death of her husband.(11) The late Mary, who was pre-deceased by her husband Jim, was a lovely sociable lady with a good sense of humour and a kind and generous spirit.(12) I was a sociable child, and I picked up the language in no time.(13) Blue, 41, was a sociable type, with a close circle of friends, many of whom were professionals: accountants, lawyers and businessmen he got to know as he sold them cars over the years.(14) It's a sociable port, with jaunty coconut palms lining its brassy waterfront, an agreeable jumble of architectural styles and a very lived-in sense of its own history.(15) They spoke of every-day things, of the prospect of snow, of the next church sociable , of the loves and quarrels of Starkfield.(16) A typical teenager, John loved music, skateboarding and was sociable and outgoing and tried every activity.
(1) sociable person :: मिलनसार व्यक्ति
(2) be sociable :: मिलनसार होना
1. friendly ::
2. affable ::
3. companionable ::
4. gregarious ::
झुण्ड में रहनेवाला
5. convivial ::
6. amicable ::
7. cordial ::
8. warm ::
9. genial ::
10. communicative ::
11. responsive ::
12. forthcoming ::
13. open ::
14. outgoing ::
15. extrovert ::
16. hail-fellow-well-met ::
ओलों-साथी अच्छी तरह से मुलाकात की
17. approachable ::
18. chummy ::
19. clubby ::
20. mixer ::
21. social ::
1. antisocial ::
सामाजिक सिद्धान्तों के विस्र्द्ध
sociable, sociables, unsociable
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He was neither a ordinary
nor a very SOCIABLE fellow.
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