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used in 1776

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inclined to seek and enjoy the company of others
  • He was gregarious, jovial, quick of mind, highly energetic— "very fat, but very active" — and all of twenty-five.
    p. 58.2
  • She, too, was a patron of the bookstore, a correspondingly plump, gregarious young woman named Lucy Flucker, whose father, Thomas Flucker, was the royal secretary of the province.
    p. 59.1

There are no more uses of "gregarious" in 1776.

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