View definitions for bonhomie
noun as in affability
noun as in agreeability
noun as in agreeableness
noun as in amiability
noun as in amiableness
noun as in congeniality
noun as in congenialness
A national security conference in Canada brings out the bonhomie among U.S. senators.
It is true that Morsi is not a typical politician, with none of the glad-handing bonhomie that is characteristic of that species.
At the Globes, the night is all bonhomie, backslapping and table-hopping.
It was a happening, a celebration of “La Julia,” as the Italians called her, who dished up advice along with bonhomie and cheer.
The power networking and the black-tie bonhomie didn't just pause; they yielded to something akin to solemn fervor.
Well, under the mask of bonhomie, which made me believe him to be a worthy man, was concealed the most commonplace nature.
Hanna is famous for his bonhomie, and is a fine story-teller.
The pleasant sight was Count Cavour, in plainest dress, with a head full of power, mingled with bonhomie.
His address has all the captivating bonhomie which is the leading feature of his poetry, and, indeed, of his whole moral nature.
To this easy bonhomie was added a sense of humor, always quick to appreciate an amusing situation.
On this page you'll find 150 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bonhomie, such as: agreeability, agreeableness, amenity, amiableness, congeniality, and cordiality.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.