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    gregarious - Dictionary definition and meaning for word gregarious

    (adj) (of animals) tending to form a group with others of the same species
    Example Sentence
    • gregarious bird species
    (adj) instinctively or temperamentally seeking and enjoying the company of others
    Example Sentence
    • he is a gregarious person who avoids solitude
    (adj) (of plants) growing in groups that are close together
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for gregarious

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remember AGGREGATION means gathering something together... similarily AGGREGATION -> GREGATION ->GREGARIOUS

for gre we attend classes in groups

GRE-garious. GRE is needed to be "SOCIABLE" in USA.

Picture GREG, GARY, and RUSS all being GREGARIOUS

Being Gregar-ious is like being hilar-ious with a group-of-friends...

Gregory Peck , the hollywood actor was a very sociable outgoing person !

gregarious ~ gregarius ~ greg. The sound "greg, greg" seems like a bird's tone; on the other hand, bird lives in flock, herd => socialble

gre+garious~various various student tending to form group for GRE preparation

Gregrarious...sounds like name of a king...kings have to be sociable

gregar >> sounds huge in number... means formed from number of people or animals or elements...

GREgarious: remember GRE, when we make mnemonics for GRE words, we like a GROUP of friends of same sort.

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