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Sociable, companionable: “'tis too respective and too s.” John I, 188. “to that drop ten thousand wiry friends do glue themselves in s. grief,” III, 4, 65. “can he not be s.?” Troil. II, 3, 220. “now art thou s.” Rom. II, 4, 93. “society is no comfort to one not s.” Cymb. IV, 2, 13. With to: “mine eyes, even s. to the show of thine, fall fellowly drops,” Tp. V, 63.
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