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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Homebody? and Gadabout(somewhat opposite of homebody)? "Although my uncle likes to travel, my aunt is a homebody, so he usually comes with us while she stays home with her cats." and "O'Brien never remarried and got a reputation as a bit of a gadabout."

Haitian Creole for Homebody and Gadabout:

Homebody → pòpòt kay, pitit kay, solitè, sedantè
Gadabout → flannè, grenn pwomennen, avadra, fritè, aladen

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