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Spell check of companionable

Correct spelling: companionable

outgoing, chatty, palsy, social, genuine, fond, kind, enjoyable, kindly, clubby, good-natured, hail-fellow, nice, brotherly, folksy, hearty, gregarious, favorable, sociable, spontaneous, boon, well-disposed, cordial, palsy-walsy, affectionate, neighborly, hail-fellow-well-met, comradely, close, affable, genial, buddy-buddy, chummy, bonhomous, warm, congenial, talkative, participate, relaxing, matey, loving, clubbable, complaisant, tender, attractive, gracious, empathic, lovely, friendly, restful, welcoming, accessible, vivacious, like-minded, collegial, gabby, convivial, amicable, amiable, easygoing, pleasing, warm-hearted, hospitable, courteous, garrulous, pleasurable, cheerful, pleasant, warmhearted, extroverted, attitude, intimate.

combative, icy, cold-blooded, reserved, argumentative, distant, hostile, inhospitable, alienated, glacial, indifferent, aggressive, contentious, quarrelsome, adverse, scrappy, antagonistic, standoffish, chilly, unsociable, inimical, silent, unkind, antisocial, belligerent, detached, wintry, disputatious, aloof, cool, introverted, misanthropic, taciturn, unfriendly, reticent, insociable, bellicose, nongregarious, mum, truculent, warlike, unsocial, reclusive, pugnacious, cold, disaffected, frigid, frosty, estranged, mute, remote.

Examples of usage:

1) Mrs. H. is really a very nice person, and her tastes and habits would render her most companionable; and she would, of course, make you an object of especial attention and respect. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) At dinner their common anxiety made the three more companionable than anyone had hoped to be. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) Some day you will understand what it has cost your father and mother to send you out of their sight just as you have become most companionable to them. - "Talks to Freshman Girls", Helen Dawes Brown.