cordial[ kawr-juhl or, esp. British, -dee-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cordial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORDIAL
Our meeting, after mutual recognition, was affectionate and cordial.
She smiled a cordial welcome to him, so he turned and changed his step to suit hers.
I fancy in the cordial excitement of the moment he was quite sincere.
To-day the greeting between the two men was a cordial if a brief one.
The meeting was by appointment, however, and his greeting was cordial and hearty.
As it began to move, he and Juve exchanged a cordial handshake.
Revived by a cordial, Vinson gradually recovered his senses.
It is an old friendship, a sincere friendship, and a cordial friendship.
Their reception was cordial; Dorothy showed that she was glad of the diversion.
They should receive the united and cordial support of every farmer.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORDIAL
- in accord
- in chorus
- in concert
- in harmony
- in step
- in tune
- in unison
- of one mind
- on same wavelength