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good nature

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgood natureˌgood ˈnature noun [uncountable]  a naturally kind and helpful character or attitude to people He had his father’s good looks and his mother’s good nature.
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good natureWhat little friendship, humanity, good nature there was between us has gone.But as always with Jonathan Coe the sheer intelligent good nature that suffuses his work makes it a pleasure to read.Impressed by her friend's Retriever's good nature, Marjorie decided on a Labrador.The President accepted these arrangements with what seemed to me to be practically superhuman good nature.
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