She appears to be the perfectly pleasant, party-planning, sociable do-gooder.
He was gregarious and sociable, enjoying the company of entourages whenever he went to Cannes or some other film festival.
The goal of the present research is to help create the programming for a robot that is “a sociable partner.”
Edmund is now 4, and is a giggly, sociable, nosy, occasionally impertinent boy.
Sabrine was the outgoing, sociable type, and had many friends, while Ziad was shy and a little more introverted.
At last he said to himself: 'Men are sociable creatures, like bees or ants.
In her father's household meals had always been friendly, sociable affairs.
So off we all goes, and pushes our boots in sociable fashion under the Tuxton table.
He was not a man to do anything—much less be sociable—out of idleness.
This temperament furnishes the majority of the good companions, sociable friends and acquaintances, and theatre goers.
1550s, "enjoying the company of others," from Middle French sociable (16c.) and directly from Latin sociabilis "close, intimate, easily united," from sociare "to join, unite," from socius "companion, ally" (see social (adj.)).