Definition of Sociability

1. Noun. The relative tendency or disposition to be sociable or associate with one's fellows.




Definition of Sociability

1. n. The quality of being sociable; sociableness.

Definition of Sociability

1. Noun. The skill, tendency or property of being sociable or social, of interacting well with others. ¹

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Definition of Sociability

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sociability

soccer mum
soccer mums
soccer player
soccer players
soccerball
soccered
soccering
soccerlike
soccerplex
soccerplexes
soccers
socia
socia parotidis
sociabilities
sociability (current term)
sociable
sociable numbers
sociableness
sociablenesses
sociables
social-psychology
social-science
social Darwinism
social action
social activity
social adaptation
social adjustment

Literary usage of Sociability

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1. Social Welfare and the Liquor Problem: Studies in the Sources of the Problem by Harry Sheldon Warner (1913)
"As a means to sociability, it is well to state frankly the use of alcoholic liquors has been common among both savage and ..."

2. Social Welfare and the Liquor Problem: Studies in the Sources of the Problem by Harry Sheldon Warner (1908)
"As a means to sociability, it is well to state frankly the use of alcoholic liquors has been common among both savage and civilized nations for ages. ..."

3. The School as a Social Institution: An Introduction to the Study of Social by Charles Leonidas Robbins (1918)
"sociability means, or should mean, more than mere fondness of companionship. It should imply fitness for such companionship. The selfishness which makes the ..."

4. The School as a Social Institution: An Introduction to the Study of Social by Charles Leonidas Robbins (1918)
"sociability means, or should mean, more than mere fondness of .companionship. It should imply fitness for such companionship. The selfishness which makes ..."

5. On the Functions of the Brain and of Each of Its Parts: With Observations on by Franz Josef Gall (1835)
"sociability is another propensity, of which, in spite of all my researches, it has been impossible for me, up to the present time, to discover the material ..."

6. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1893)
"sociability OP SQUIRRELS. MY first acquaintance with this agreeable quality ... This was carrying sociability too far, and the squirrel got into a rage and ..."

7. The Social Problem at the Chicago Stock Yards by Charles Joseph Bushnell (1902)
"THE RELATION OF THE YARDS TO THE sociability OF THE COMMUNITY. ... sociability or conviviality is as necessary to us as exercise. ..."

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