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adjective

Fond of the company of others, sociable; pertaining to animals, living in herds or flocks.

New York is the greatest city in the world for lunch .... That’s the gregarious time. And when that first martini hits the liver like a silver bullet, there is a sigh of contentment that can be heard in Dubuque.

—William Emerson, Jr. Newsweek, December 29, 1975

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