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Well, under the mask of bonhomie, which made me believe him to be a worthy man, was concealed the most commonplace nature.
THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
Hanna is famous for his bonhomie, and is a fine story-teller.
AS A CHINAMAN SAW USANONYMOUS
The pleasant sight was Count Cavour, in plainest dress, with a head full of power, mingled with bonhomie.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
His address has all the captivating bonhomie which is the leading feature of his poetry, and, indeed, of his whole moral nature.
THE BEST OF THE WORLD'S CLASSICS, RESTRICTED TO PROSE, VOL. X (OF X) - AMERICA - II, INDEXVARIOUS
To this easy bonhomie was added a sense of humor, always quick to appreciate an amusing situation.
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 4 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
Well, I console myself—since consolation is needed—with the greater bonhomie.
LADY BARBARINAHENRY JAMES
His expression passed from official bonhomie to official contrition.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
Little now remained to her of beauty, but she had an attractive bonhomie and a wide charity for the world of women.
POPPYCYNTHIA STOCKLEY
"I believe my mother expects the whole party," Amherst replied, shaking hands with the false bonhomie of the man entrapped.
THE FRUIT OF THE TREEEDITH WHARTON
I had a number of other Italian friends too, full of beautiful bonhomie and Southern sweetness of temperament.
MCCLURE'S MAGAZINE, VOL. 1, NO. 1, JUNE 1893VARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BONHOMIE

  • affability
  • agreeability
  • agreeableness
  • amiableness
  • bonhomie
  • congeniality
  • cordiality
  • cordialness
  • friendliness
  • geniality
  • genialness
  • niceness
  • pleasantness
  • sociability
  • sociableness
  • sweetness
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