convivial

[ kuhn-viv-ee-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF convivial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVIVIAL

Be friendly, genial, convivial—what you will—but preserve the tone and bearing of a gentleman.

Bozzy was a convivial knight-errant in what was called 'Saving the ladies.'

Can I even trust him in hours of convivial abandonment and debauch?

Nothing is too strange, nothing too ridiculous, nothing too convivial, nothing too daring for Paddy.

Touch-the-button-Nell was singing a comic ditty of a convivial order.

I have participated in convivial scenes more than once in Boston.

Nothing could move him or entice him away from his convivial employment.

I suspect him of being an orator of repute at convivial meetings.

In familiar or convivial conversation, it does not appear that he excelled.

It is a most refreshing, convivial, beautiful object to behold.

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