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amiable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishamiablea‧mi‧a‧ble /ˈeɪmiəbəl/ adjective  FRIENDLYfriendly and easy to like The driver was an amiable young man. She was in an amiable mood.see thesaurus at friendlyamiably adverbamiability /ˌeɪmiəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
amiableCohen is soft-spoken and amiable.From all accounts, the weekend talks were remarkably amiable.The science and engineering master was always amiable.They divorced in an amiable and friendly manner.Nothing could be more reinforcing to a literary establishment which saw itself as amiable and permissive.Hilary didn't think he looked amiable at all.Like an amiable but daffy uncle, he repeatedly hangs himself with his own anecdotes.Kovitsky spoke in an amiable, conversational tone.The amiable Downpatrick man will beam into living-rooms every Friday throughout the autumn from September 17.In conversation Victoria exudes wit, self-assurance and an amiable openness.
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