bonhomie[ bon-uh-mee, bon-uh-mee; French baw-naw-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF 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.