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companionable (adj.)

"fitted for good fellowship, inclined to be agreeable," 1620s, from companion + -able. Middle English had compaignable "sociable, hospitable, kind, friendly" (late 14c.), from Old French. Related: Companionably; companionability.

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Definitions of companionable

companionable (adj.)
suggestive of companionship;
a companionable pet
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