Definition of social:
racial, participate, genial, amicable, B and S, extroverted, self-imposed, well-disposed, polite, the Inland Revenue, amphibious, connect, worldly, socially, blowout, austere, social security, secular, attitude, political, A-list, elite, GPO, aid, inactive, material, child support, bachelorette party, polished, anthropoid, informative, the Land Registry, group, hospitable, kind, B-list, outgoing, good, bohemian, bash, all-nighter, entertaining, friendly, chief, the social, below, sociable, tender, the DOH, philanthropic, the Home Office, affectionate, androgynous, fond, mundane, societal, governing, dole, brotherly, articulate, normative, bachelor party, the BBC, genteel, caged, kindly, best-of-breed, mixer, cordial, matey, monastic, pleasurable, mannerly, aquatic, fast, charitable, interpersonal, chancery, banquet, New Age, altruistic, clubby, complaisant, loving, back-to-nature, child benefit, living, herding, hearty, convivial, the British Council, benevolent, civil, boon, diverting, the Foreign Office, amusing, ethnic, means test, asexual, affable, captive, companionable, block party, swarming, gregarious, relief, assisted living, enclosed, accessible, afterparty, gracious, humane, benefit, favorable, common, above, neighborly, born, arboreal, baby shower, universal, clubbable, cultural, HM.
- "My Life as an Author", Martin Farquhar Tupper.
- "A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718", Wallace Notestein.
- "The Errand Boy", Horatio Alger.