In person, Reiner is gregarious and very chatty, regaling you with great anecdotes from his back catalogue.
He was gregarious and sociable, enjoying the company of entourages whenever he went to Cannes or some other film festival.
The novel takes place mostly early in Milia's marriage to a gregarious but overmatched man named Mansour.
The surprise choice was the gregarious rotund 77-year-old patriarch of Venice.
Onscreen, Teller is a bit like a young Vince Vaughn—gregarious, charming, and a tad suspicious.
Crows are a gregarious race with settled habitations and an organized commonwealth.
It is gregarious, often many stems growing from one mass of mycelium.
From their gregarious habits and individual abundance, the history of many hoofed animals is preserved with especial clearness.
Westray was of a gregarious temperament, and missed his fellow-lodger.
He was one of the gregarious sort, a loud talker, nervy really, very familiar with all the passengers.
1660s, "living in flocks" (of animals), from Latin gregarius "pertaining to a flock; of the herd, of the common sort, common," from grex (genitive gregis) "flock, herd," reduplication of PIE root *ger- "to gather together, assemble" (cf. Greek ageirein "to assemble," agora "assembly;" Old Church Slavonic grusti "handful;" Lithuanian gurgulys "chaos, confusion," gurguole "crowd, mass"). Sense of "sociable" first recorded 1789. Related: Gregariously; gregariousness.