What is the opposite of lonely?

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Adjective
Opposite of sad because one has no friends or company
“John is a popular student in our class, and everyone wants to hang around him.”
Adjective
Opposite of solitary from being left alone
“According to studies, some children are predisposed to being more sociable than others.”
Adjective
(of a place or location) Opposite of devoid of, or lacking in, inhabitants
“As we approached the night markets, we noticed that each stall was teeming with people.”
Adjective
(of a place or location) Opposite of having a somber or dismal atmosphere or nature
“She really liked her job due to the cheerful nature of her workplace.”
Adjective
Opposite of abandoned, or left unused or unoccupied
Adjective
Opposite of having a somber or dismal atmosphere or nature
Adjective
Opposite of deserted or not regularly visited or used
Adjective
Opposite of located far away from other places, buildings, or people
“This sea lion rookery was selected for research because it was the most accessible island to civilization that had a sizeable sea lion population.”
Adjective
Opposite of not offering shelter
Adjective
Opposite of missing one's home and family very much when away
Adjective
Opposite of isolated, especially from civilization or society
Adjective
Opposite of being (alone) by oneself
“Lisa was one of many children that lived in the family of twelve next door.”
Adjective
Opposite of unmarried or not involved in a romantic relationship
“I can proudly say that I have been married to my spouse for forty years.”
Adjective
(of a place or location) Opposite of placed or standing away from view
“As we neared our destination, we could see the famous landmark become visible.”
Adjective
(of a person or lifestyle) Opposite of isolated from others
“Ellen lived a very busy life, and would rarely be alone at home.”
Adjective
Opposite of barren and devoid of inhabitants
“It is always so surprising to arrive at a populated town after traveling through such uninhabitable, wild terrain.”
Adjective
(of an area of land) Opposite of unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
“The farmers need more fertile land to grow food and fodder for their livestock.”
Adjective
Opposite of being (alone) by oneself
“The child needs to be accompanied to be on this ride.”
Adjective
(of a place or location) Opposite of remote or secluded in nature
“The nearby town was renowned for its pancakes and Belgian waffles.”
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