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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbonhomiebon‧ho‧mie /ˈbɒnəmi $ ˌbɑːnəˈmiː/ noun [uncountable]  FRIENDLY formal a friendly feeling among a group of people They were relaxed and full of bonhomie.
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bonhomieThey sat on folding chairs around a plywood table, drinking brown beer until they had achieved a state of alcoholic bonhomie.Even so, a spirit of close cooperation and bonhomie was generated, contributing much to the success of the Workshop.It is another opportunity to promote sales and to entertain customers, and bonhomie is the order of the day.He was short, a little overweight, more than a little rubicund as to his features and exuded an aura of cheerful bonhomie.Jamie by nature is a cheerful soul, but somehow his bonhomie conjured a shadow.At the negotiating table, however, bonhomie did not apply.The atmosphere of bonhomie was suddenly gone.But despite all the bonhomie about career breaks in the Nogales maquilas, Colantuoni says one thing is clear.Her voice was breathless with bonhomie when she answered the telephone, with an undertone of throatiness that David found attractive.
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