Meaning of gregariously in English:


Pronunciation /ɡrɪˈɡɛːrɪəsli/


See gregarious

‘Locusts are normally lone creatures, but when times are good and their numbers boom, they modify their behaviour and group together gregariously.’
  • ‘Several hundred individuals consisting of at least two generations of adults and immatures live gregariously over a long period.’
  • ‘They roost gregariously, sometimes in very large colonies, and some species are thought to roost exclusively in caves.’
  • ‘Spruce aphids are normally wingless, and feed gregariously on spruce or Douglas-fir foliage.’
  • ‘The reed does not grow gregariously and its height varies between 2m - 4m.’