bonhomie[ bon-uh-mee, bon-uh-mee; French baw-naw-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bonhomie
Synonyms for bonhomie
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BONHOMIE
His manner was full of bonhomie now, and had no trace of affectation.
And yet she was so good-natured, so full of fun and bonhomie!
Hanna is famous for his bonhomie, and is a fine story-teller.
There was a good deal of bonhomie and pleasantry in his conversation.
"Certainly, my dear fellow," said Hoffland, with a delightful ease and bonhomie.
The mirror of bonhomie (easy-hearted good-fellowship), he always was.
His address is frank, and his whole manner noticeable for bonhomie.
He is simple-minded, learned, tolerant, and the quintessence of bonhomie.
His address in general is bold, frank, cordial, full of bonhomie.
It needed all his courage and good-temper and bonhomie to carry him through.