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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagreeablea‧gree‧a‧ble /əˈɡriːəbəl/ adjective  1 NICE written or old-fashioned pleasant opp disagreeable We spent a most agreeable couple of hours. an agreeable young man2 be agreeable to something3 acceptableagreeable to The main objective is to find a solution that is agreeable to the company in terms of cost.agreeably adverb I think you’ll be agreeably surprised by what I’m going to say.
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agreeableA man quite simply can not now father a baby unless his wife is fully and deliberately agreeable.That contact was not always peaceful and agreeable.an agreeable comedyI found him a most agreeable man, a sharp observer, and the possessor of intellectual attainments of no mean order.The Captain's Table provided an agreeable meal, with attentive service.an agreeable solutionHe is easy and unreserved among acquaintance, and has a most agreeable style of conversation.My grandmother was agreeable to marrying Gaetano.If those conditions were fulfilled, the father was agreeable to pay.You will be telephoned, if you are agreeable, with details of properties just received on to the market.
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