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He possessed a mind of great vigor and enterprise, and was characterized by integrity and amiableness.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
Oh that I were all eye, to see the glorious amiableness of my God!
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
His conversation and letters displayed the amiableness of his sincere character.
THE SONNETS, TRIUMPHS, AND OTHER POEMS OF PETRARCHPETRARCH
But as they grow up their social nature may be developed, and they too may give the appearance of amiableness.
THE EUGENIC MARRIAGE, VOLUME I. (OF IV.)W. GRANT HAGUE, M.D.
They will meet him there in all the charm of novelty, and all the fascination of genius or of amiableness.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE PASTORAL EPISTLESALFRED PLUMMER
But her courage never slackened; and neither her health, nor her general amiableness, was in the least affected.
THE SECRET MEMOIRS OF LOUIS XV./XVI, COMPLETEMADAME DU HAUSSET, AN "UNKNOWN ENGLISH GIRL" AND THE PRINCESS LAMBALLE
He seemed to have a preoccupied air that somehow did not fit the amiableness of his face.
THE BORDER LEGIONZANE GREY
But his amiableness could be traced to the fact of his being conceited of the swinish selfishness of which he had been guilty.
LOST LENORECHARLES BEACH
He that speaketh good of a man, representeth him amiable; for amiableness and goodness are all one.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (PART 4 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
Would that custom had never been separated from this virtuous amiableness!
THE GENTLEMAN AND LADY'S BOOK OF POLITENESS AND PROPRIETY OF DEPORTMENT, DEDICATED TO THE YOUTH OF BOTH SEXESELISABETH CELNART

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