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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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For the most part, the group is an active, amiable one in which linguaphiles help one another with translator minutia.
The article is an amiable part of a special issue on spring travel, but an army of trolls, angry Boulderites, and Front Range truthers took to their devices to rip it to shreds.
Coming to America was an amiable modern fairytale, a delightful picture that might have seemed conventional in 1988 but looks better with age.
Neantmoins, et nostre abord cette soire, et le lendemain matin nostre descente fut fort amiable et pacifique.
He was a manly young fellow, a sportsman and renowned at cricket, and she was amiable and pretty, a little blonde beauty.
She was very amiable during the walk back, and raved much over Edna's appearance in her bathing suit.
You will do well to send a note to your amiable friend Carr; it may save him a useless journey; for at my table he shall not sit.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
I felt quite sure that Mr Lockhart would find her, he is such an obliging and amiable man, as well as clever.
From time to time Lockhart gave vent to a grim laugh, and Spivin displayed his feelings in a too-amiable smile.
You and Keith hain't amiable about that deal, and you don't aim to let my dam and boom company make any money out of you.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND

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