Out of all the party guests, my sociable neighbor was the only one to make conversation with me.
Standing in the corner, the wallflower was too shy to be sociable with others at the prom.
Attending the wedding reception forced me to get out of the house and be sociable.
As sociable and outgoing as she was, the friendly woman always dreaded parties where there would be over 100 attendees.
The sociable hostess chatted with us as we waited for a booth.
In her father's household meals had always been friendly, sociable affairs.
Another tempted him with offers of drink and sociable confabulation.
He was not a man to do anything—much less be sociable—out of idleness.
He was sitting with what was meant to be a sociable smile on his grim face.
I can't stay in that house alone any longer, it's—it's too sociable.
Get out and shake hands and be sociable, after you've done your duty by the fruit.
After that they talked about housekeepin' and cookin' and such, sociable as could be.
These apes are sociable and prefer to live in each others neighbourhood.
Some of our friends are with us; let us spend a sociable evening together.
All she aims to do is to travel with the money-burners and be sociable.