VCR Lesson 3 Presentation
1. Liking companionship; sociable.
2. Tending to live or move in groups of one's own kind.
*often used in reference to animal groups
NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH:
One of a constant series of waves formed by the regular movement of the sea at all times.
- living in groups
Originally only used to refer to flock of animals or a herd.
CHOOSE THE LETTER OF THE SENTENCE IN WHICH THE BOLD-FACED WORD IS USED INCORRECTLY
B) The gregarious deer always stayed close to one another, never straying far from the herd.
C) Bob's mom was always encouraging him to go and hang out with his friends; she had been gregarious as a child and did not understand her son's introverted behavior.
D) Elena loved to be alone and hated to socialize, her parents constantly talked about what a gregarious girl she was.
Gregarious people are outgoing; someone who loves to be alone and does not socialize would not be considered outgoing.