cordiality[ kawr-jal-i-tee, kawr-jee-al- or, esp. British, -dee-al- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cordiality
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORDIALITY
Master received him with cordiality, and presented him to mistress.
Instantly, Martin's cordiality vanished; his hostility toward her surged.
To bring it from its haughty, rebellious pedestal, down to cordiality and love.
The cordiality in her voice sounded determined, and therefore formal.
I thank you, and all of you for your cordiality and bounteous hospitality.
Then, without the least expression of cordiality he spoke the thought in his mind.
From this round of cordiality he was reluctantly torn and conducted to the platform.
And there was no mistaking her cordiality for this cold-eyed visitor.
She was welcomed by Mrs. Murray with cordiality, but in some surprise.
Old Jerry felt the chill lack of cordiality, but he sat down.