(1) It is a gregarious spreading herb that quickly covers the ground and rocks.(2) Many of these raptor species are gregarious , which accounts for impressively large flocks of impressively large birds.(3) Sociable, friendly and gregarious , Beatrice enjoyed the social life provided in her parish in London and made many friends.(4) Locusts can exist in two different behavioral states, solitary and gregarious , whereas grasshoppers generally do not.(5) Common hippos are gregarious , live in herds, and are well adapted to life in the water.(6) He was known throughout the region as a hospitable and gregarious host.(7) Eared Grebes are typically gregarious in nesting season, living in colonies that sometimes number thousands of individuals.(8) Snowy Plovers breed in loose colonies, and they are gregarious in winter.(9) However, Nick, a gregarious chap, had young friends who were in the hospitality industry who suggested that being a hotelier would be more to his liking.(10) He is naturally gregarious , and the work obviously suits him.(11) Although they are frequently found in pairs, broadbills also tend to be quite gregarious and are often found in small feeding flocks.(12) Some pipits and wagtails are solitary, and others are gregarious .(13) Gray Jays are gregarious and are often found in family groups.(14) American White Pelicans are highly gregarious and breed in large, dense colonies.(15) I'm gregarious up to a point and then I have to have total solitude for at least two days.(16) Rose is outgoing and gregarious ; he remembers names easily and thrives in social situations.