amiable

[ ey-mee-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF amiable

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We all, indeed, once thought your temper soft and amiable: but why was it?

I was as amiable as possible on the occasion, but all in vain.

Who could be so brutal as to blame so amiable, so candid a creature?

The amiable Mr. Cross allowed the foot to be raised into the boy's lap.

So this amiable lunacy had its bearing on the economy of life!

On the contrary, he was able to play the innocent and to adopt an amiable rle.

She had what they called an amiable temper, an affectionate temper.

I am playful; playfulness is a part of my amiable character.

My amiable companion was tall, slight, and elegant, but not strong.

The balloon was then to the right of the station, and far from the amiable station-master.

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