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A person who enjoys mixing socially with others.
outgoing person, sociable person, life and soul of the party, socializer, mixer, mingler, social butterfly, socialite, party animalView synonyms
- ‘I'm not much of a socializer and I'm one of those crazy people who values their personal space.’
- ‘Hayes is not a big socialiser, but has a small group of friends outside the media industry.’
- ‘In the movie, Nash is seen as an arrogant but essentially charming fellow, an awkward socializer who hits on blondes.’
- ‘The really skilled socializers know how to navigate the complexity of the social world.’
- ‘Religious, without being sectarian, and a great socializer, Harley always wore a walrus moustache.’
- ‘If your loved one is not a socializer, make sure the staff knows to let him have some time to himself daily and introduce him slowly to the group.’
- ‘An all-round sportsman and socialiser, he claims to enjoy his days off, and makes the most of life.’
- ‘Though always a great socialiser, he never seemed to gain the post-footballer's physique - the paunchy belly, the extra chin.’
- ‘Young people in Cumbria are sporty, net-surfing, cinema-going socialisers according to new research for Cumbria County Council.’
- ‘Despite the solitary nature of her profession, she was a prodigious socialiser and partygoer, usually being the last to leave.’
- ‘He enjoyed shooting and a drink and he was an enthusiastic socialiser.’
- ‘Apparently a hearty socializer during college, Hawthorne only began serious writing after returning to Massachusetts.’
- ‘Scotland is a nation of socialisers.’
- ‘Tom Smith is his own individual person, not the biggest socialiser, but definitely his own bloke.’
- ‘Joburgers are fantastic socialisers - they do it often and proficiently.’
- ‘Although he never drinks, he's a big socialiser.’
- ‘A keen socialiser, he enjoyed a bit of banter and was noted in the community as a quiet, gentle and kind man.’
- ‘There is nothing wrong with being an innate leader, a spectacular athlete, or a popular socializer.’
- ‘He wasn't a great socialiser and didn't make friends very easily.’
- ‘I'm not a socialiser, never go to the premieres to run the gauntlet of paparazzi.’
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