companionable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s suggestive of companionship
a companionable pet
- John Wain in Independent
In his fine and moving biography of Johnson, the novelist John Wain described The Lives of the Poets as "Johnson's gentlest, most companionable work...... I have been reading it for 30 years and can testify that in all that time I have never known...
- Jon Katz in Baltimore Sun
Each day,Katz writes, "the pair seems more companionable. Lenore looks for Brutus, and when she finds him, she sometimes challenges him to romp, occasionally rolling over and flirtatiously showing her belly. She isn't above giving his nose or ear...
- William Barrington-Coupe in Times Online
There was no great running into arms or passionate kissing,reports Barrington-Coupe. "But it was very companionable and we began to care for each other deeply."