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In other words, I think grit is trait-like in the same way that extroversion or agreeableness or open-mindedness might be trait-like, in that people carry this tendency with them in life.
That may be; but where you find one handsomer face than his, you see a thousand destitute of its intelligence and agreeableness.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
He reveals every day some new trait of interest or agreeableness.
By their beauty and their agreeableness they charmed Burns, and did much to make his visit delightful.
ROBERT BURNSPRINCIPAL SHAIRP.
For agreeableness of conversation there is nothing in New York at all comparable to our institution.
ALBERT GALLATINJOHN AUSTIN STEVENS
It is true, also, that Thackeray approached "society" rather to satirize it than to set forth its agreeableness.
Preparing to go to the baths either at Velia or Salernum, he inquires after the healthfulness and agreeableness of the places.
And, further, that towards agreeableness, one step at any rate consists in wearing a becoming fashion of the hair and dress?
The good go-between will therefore make his choice between them, and teach only what conduces to agreeableness?
In this combination there is an absence of versatility, of blandness, agreeableness, sympathy and warmth.
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