Part of speech:
Agreeably diverting; amusing:
Ability to live life well and with intelligent enjoyment, meeting every situation with poise, good manners, and elegance
Fond of eating, drinking, and good company; sociable; jovial
The definition of public is something that is related to, available to or known by people.
Arising from or imposed by society.
Commonplace, everyday, ordinary, etc.
Concerning human affairs
(Astrophysics) Of or pertaining to long-term non-periodic irregularities, especially in planetary motion.
Of, relating to, or marked by philanthropy or charitable assistance.
Of or relating to culture or cultivation.
The definition of material refers to a physical object, as opposed to something spiritual or mental, or something that is essential and relevant.
Influenced by, based on, or stemming from partisan interests or political ideology:
Characterized by lenient or forbearing judgment:
Of or motivated by altruism; unselfish
That diverts; esp., amusing or entertaining
(Obs.) Of marriage or procreation
Suggestive of or conducive to companionship:
Sufficiently observing or befitting accepted social usages; polite:
Having or showing good manners; esp., courteous, considerate, tactful, etc.
Having or showing good manners; well-behaved; polite; courteous
Concerning polite intercourse
Favoring the health, growth, comfort, etc. of new arrivals; not adverse
Fair and comfortable:
Inclined to communicate readily; talkative.
Belonging or relating to the community at large; public
(Chemistry) Two or more atoms that are bound together and act as a unit in a number of chemical compounds, such as a hydroxyl (OH) group.
(Logic) Predicating something of every member of a class
As it should be; proper; fitting
Designating or of social or economic organization in which there is common ownership of property
Polite and respectful; formally pleasant:
Being an exact copy of the original:
Inviting, characteristic of friendliness.
Like, characteristic of, or appropriate to neighbors; kind, friendly, sociable, etc.
(Heraldry) Parted or divided, as in the direction or form of one of the ordinaries.
The definition of sociable is someone or a group of people who are friendly, welcoming and ready for activities.
Of or relating to the structure, organization, or functioning of society.
Designating a family (Theaceae, order Theales) of evergreen dicotyledonous trees, shrubs, or vines, often with showy flowers, found in warm regions and including the camellias and loblolly bay
An association is defined as a connection between ideas made mentally, or a connection you see in your head.
A conventional act, idea, or practice.
The quality of being correct, esp. in conduct; propriety
The definition of infrastructure is the basic facilities and installations that help a government or community run, including roads, schools, phone lines, sewage treatment plants and power generation.
A group of people broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions, and a common culture:
The definition of a stratum means a layer or a section, or a division of the atmosphere or ocean, or a section of society.
(Obsolete) To escort; accompany.
(Obsolete) At random; hit and miss.
To take part in social activities:
Not conducive to sociability
Not available for public use, control, or participation:
Having or showing a dislike for the society of others
Removed or remote from others; solitary:
Of, characterized by, or inclined to living together in communities
(Obsolete) Acting in common; participating.
Living in herds or flocks
Human means someone or something that is related to or associated with people or humanity.
Depending on or conforming to formal or accepted standards or rules rather than nature; not natural, original, or spontaneous
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