SSociableSSo"cia*ble\, a.[F., fr. L. sociabilis, fr. sociare to associate, fr. socius a companion. See Social.]1. Capable of being, or fit to be, united in one body or company; associable. [R.] They are sociable parts united into one body. --Hooker. 2. Inclined to, or adapted for, society; ready to unite with others; fond of companions; social. Society is no comfort to one not sociable. --Shak. What can be uneasy to this sociable creature than the dry, pensive retirements of solitude? --South. 3. Ready to converse; inclined to talk with others; not taciturn or reserved. 4. Affording opportunites for conversation; characterized by much conversation; as, a sociable party. 5. No longer hostile; friendly. [Obs.] --Beau. & Fl. Sociable bird, or Sociable weaver (Zo["o]l.), a weaver bird which builds composite nests. See Republican, n., 3. (b) . Syn: Social; companionable; conversible; friendly; familiar; communicative; accessible.