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Gregarious vs. Garrulous

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Gregariousadjective

(of a person) Describing one who enjoys being in crowds and socializing.

Garrulousadjective

Excessively or tiresomely talkative.

Gregariousadjective

(zoology) Of animals that travel in herds or packs.

Garrulousadjective

(of something written or performed) Excessively wordy and rambling.

Gregariousadjective

Habitually living or moving in flocks or herds; tending to flock or herd together; not habitually solitary or living alone.

‘No birds of prey are gregarious.’;

Garrulousadjective

Talking much, especially about commonplace or trivial things; talkative; loquacious.

‘The most garrulous people on earth.’;

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Gregariousadjective

tending to form a group with others of the same kind;

‘gregarious bird species’; ‘man is a gregarious animal’;

Garrulousadjective

Having a loud, harsh note; noisy; - said of birds; as, the garrulous roller.

Gregariousadjective

seeking and enjoying the company of others;

‘a gregarious person who avoids solitude’;

Garrulousadjective

full of trivial conversation;

‘kept from her housework by gabby neighbors’;

Gregariousadjective

(of a person) fond of company; sociable

‘he was a popular and gregarious man’;

Gregariousadjective

(of animals) living in flocks or loosely organized communities

‘gregarious species forage in flocks from colonies or roosts’;

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Gregariousadjective

(of plants) growing in open clusters or in pure associations

‘in the wild, trees are usually gregarious plants’;

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