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convivial

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconvivialcon‧viv‧i‧al /kənˈvɪviəl/ adjective formal  FRIENDLYfriendly and pleasantly cheerful a convivial atmosphereconvivially adverbconviviality /kənˌvɪviˈæləti/ noun [uncountable]
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convivialThe mood was relaxed and convivial.He was slightly perturbed by this but eventually found it very funny because rehearsals became very convivial.Second, the surroundings should be convivial.Dury is convivial, affable and engaging.The convivial bohemian made a round of all the bars and cafés in Nice, looking for Modigliani.Their weeks are filled with convivial church suppers, musically upbeat prayer meetings, and jubilant testimony services.convivial conversationPubs are good places for a drink and some convivial conversation.Running parallel to Princes Street, this narrow thoroughfare is a convivial haunt full of pubs of character, boutiques and restaurants.Sheffield and James enjoyed his convivial nature, his storytelling ability, and most particularly his appetite for alcohol.Eat slowly in convivial surroundings and, above all, enjoy your food.
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