amiability

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"Sure, I understand," Garson replied, with an amiability equal to the Inspector's own.

He is a remarkable cat, noted particularly for his intelligence and amiability.

She would run herself into amiability and then stop, but not before.

This declaration of Mr. Garth's veracity was not conducive to amiability.

Mr. Caryll, the picture of amiability, smiled between spoonfuls.

As he came up his foxy eyes were alight with what he intended for a grin of amiability.

There were two medals in the school, one for spelling, the other for amiability.

I have counted on your amiability, your chivalry—too far, perhaps?

Connick was grinning, but under his amiability his tones were decisive.

The minister relaxed to a smile at John's amiability, and John smiled on me.

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