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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishamityam‧i‧ty /ˈæməti/ noun [uncountable]  FRIENDLY formal friendship, especially between countries opp hostility a spirit of perfect amity
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amityFamilies told researchers that they had found greater solidarity and amity in their family life now that they had a sick child.Whilst disagreements remain, I believe and trust that the underlying spirit is one of amity.That bad times were ahead became clear already in 1391 when, after centuries of relative amity, crowds rioted in Seville.The first element in the argument is the relative amity and consensus between generations.
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