amiableness

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

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His eye was struck with the charms of her person, and the amiableness of her manners.

“I am lost in admiration of the amiableness of your temper, Tom,” remarked the major.

He seemed to have a preoccupied air that somehow did not fit the amiableness of his face.

When the heart is sensible of the beauty and amiableness of a thing, it necessarily feels pleasure in the apprehension.

The affability of his manners, the amiableness of his temper, and the benevolence of his character, were ever conspicuous.

But his amiableness could be traced to the fact of his being conceited of the swinish selfishness of which he had been guilty.

He that speaketh good of a man, representeth him amiable; for amiableness and goodness are all one.

His conversation and letters displayed the amiableness of his sincere character.

He possessed a mind of great vigor and enterprise, and was characterized by integrity and amiableness.

But as they grow up their social nature may be developed, and they too may give the appearance of amiableness.

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