Learning English

Word: Gregarious

Gregarious [Adjective]

Sentence: In a probably inevitable extension of nerd culture, the Dale Carnegie image of gregarious success was shattered by stories of powerful, successful people sitting quietly in meetings and substituting controlled online interactions for draining real world encounters. (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Outgoing and sociable; Fond of the company of others

How To Remember?

Greg” is loved by all. Having gorgeous hair, he is sociable and fun. Remember Greg!


Sociable; Social; Companionable; Convivial; Affable; Amiable; Congenial.


Unsociable; Reserved.

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