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You may recall the Great Drinking Vinegar Renaissance of the 2010s, when Pok Pok chef Andy Ricker riffed on Southeast Asia’s drinking vinegar tradition and American shrubs to create the Som cordial that captivated much of the food world.

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This is the first I have heard of such complaints, and our pre-coronavirus family get-togethers were always cordial.

If it was a married couple, he would be cordial and friendly, he used the liking principle, speaking to both people.

They are all now adults, and we have very cordial relationships.

The interactions are often cordial — she often strikes up conversation with patients about their tattoos — but necessarily brief.

The 2008 Republican presidential nominee and longtime Arizona senator has long had a cordial relationship with Hillary Clinton.

Neither trusts the other, yet cultural norms dictate that everyone remain cordial.

Despite any partisan enmities, the two top politicos maintained a cordial relationship.

The president and former president, who once despised each other, are cordial but far from friendly.

The email exchanges started out as cordial, if cold, but gradually grew more confrontational.

The relations between country bank officials and the officials of this bank have been most cordial.

Tressan advanced to meet him, a smile of cordial welcome on his lips, and they bowed to each other in formal greeting.

He put out his hand in the most cordial and friendly way, and greeted me with the most winning smile in the world.

He was well entitled to the Resolution of cordial thanks which the associated companies accorded to him.

But to rulers possessed of scriptural qualifications, cordial obedience is due.


On this page you'll find 117 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cordial, such as: affectionate, amicable, cheerful, congenial, cozy, and earnest.

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