Laughter in a relationship is often companionable, not all hard physical comedy and sly innuendo.
Inner guides may take the form of a loving voice within that the child can listen for during times of fear or a beloved animal that they may call upon as a companionable inner helper when dealing with problems presented in scary dreams.
companionable silence, broken only by the sound of Alf trying to sip his drink.
companionable man but lived alone.
companionable meal together before wielding their paintbrushes again.
I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude.
Su, looking quite regal now despite her ragged fur, lays a companionable hand on one shoulder of each cub.
He described him as "a companionable, brilliant soul, with piercing eyes, the body of an Aesop - a man of keen insight, exquisite taste and wide erudition.
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