companionable

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companionable (comparative more companionable, superlative most companionable)

  1. Having the characteristics of a worthy companion; friendly and sociable.
    • 1847, Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights, Chapter IV
      She returned presently, bringing a smoking basin and a basket of work; and, having placed the former on the hob, drew in her seat, evidently pleased to find me so companionable.

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