amicable[ am-i-kuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF amicable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMICABLE
Let us talk it over in an amicable manner, even if we come to no arrangement.
On getting here, finding him to be amicable, I tried him on.
The two kings began with an amicable joust, in which Rene had the best of it.
I thought we should find an amicable settlement for our difficulty.
Teuxical regarded the latter with a countenance that was calm and amicable.
I told my negro to give them what they wanted, and to be as amicable with them as was possible.
It was so agreeable to be on amicable terms with her father's executor.
Whatever formed the subject of discourse it was evidently far from amicable.
They were professional enemies, it was true, but as a rule their relations were amicable.
Matters had settled to an amicable basis in the Leverett house.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AMICABLE
- at ease
- at peace