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Is of a mild, genial disposition, with but little force of character.
I apologised for my intrusion; but the atmosphere of the place was not genial.
THE CHARM OF IRELANDBURTON EGBERT STEVENSON
Wilson was such a genial, friendly soul I should have thought he would have felt the loneliness very much.
LOUISA MAY ALCOTTLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
Gentle and genial, simple and warm-hearted, how full of anxiety must have been his life in the days which followed.
It was well along in the afternoon when Charley bade the genial Mr. Bowers good-by and headed his mule back for camp.
The genial climate admirably suited the philosophical wanderer.
DANIEL BOONEREUBEN GOLD THWAITES
It would have been difficult to find a more urbane or genial gentleman in all Switzerland.
And though the air upon the neighbouring marsh is poisonous, here it is dry, and spreads a genial health.
Over all this scene there was a genial sunshine, intermingled with a slight haze, which made it unspeakably soft and tender.
THE GORGON'S HEADNATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
"She's a peach, too," he volunteered with the genial impudence that characterized him.
THE PIRATE OF PANAMAWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE

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