Definition of sociability
: the quality or state of being sociable; also : the act or an instance of being sociable
Examples of sociability in a Sentence
her sociability was called into question when she said she hated parties
Recent Examples of sociability from the Web
Although most children with Williams have an I.Q. and eager sociability similar to that of those with Down syndrome, children with Williams typically have less tolerance for frustration and significantly less impulse control.
Janesville became a union town known for a climate of fair-minded sociability.
Although food taboos have traditionally been ways of maintaining boundaries — think kosher, halal, or Iyengar Brahmin — this sociability bridges food tribes.
Upon winning the coveted rooftop commission — open to the public starting April 14 and closing Oct. 29 — the artist embraced the sociability of the space, which attracted half a million visitors last year.
Socially cooperative species like canines are particularly useful, since sociability may have driven the evolution of language.
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