companiable

companiable

(kəmˈpænɪəbəl)
adj
obsolete sociable
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This companiable Spirit accompanies us through all of life.
And there is much of relevance there: his boyhood in rural Victoria in a family in which it was thought that he might become a teacher like his father; his wartime service in the RAAF for which, on his demobilisation, the Commonwealth Reconstruction Training Scheme provided him with the opportunity of tertiary education; the 50 years of his companiable marriage and collaborative relationship with Jean; and his thoughts in his eighty-fourth year on life, death and religious belief, particularly in the light of his years of archaeological and anthropological study.
What the witch will unexpectedly find out is the emotional power a cute and companiable puppy can have to disrupt even the most anticipated of dinner plans
Whilst Friedrich depicts the Riesengebirge as fanged, unpopulated ranges, in Richter's Tarn in the Riesengebirge an old pedlar with a boy and a dog make their companiable way past a small mountain lake, scurrying from the rain of a cloud-flooded peak towards a clearer sky.
Sir Cliff is a sociable, companiable Libran, with a vibrant, independent Aries Moon, which means he's a mixture of diplomat and firebrand, being surprisingly outspoken and assertive when he sees the need, although he won't be fiery without just cause.
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