genial

[ jeen-yuhl, jee-nee-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF genial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENIAL

Mr. Roberts threw back his head and laughed,—a genial, hearty laugh.

"Come in, Margaret, and put down your basket," said the colonel in a genial tone.

Reaching it, he paused, offering the hand of genial fellowship.

He invariably encouraged humour, this genial philanthropist.

Before long it was roaring, and diffusing a genial warmth on all sides.

His manners are affable and genial, his disposition frank and generous.

The genial, playful, puppyish side of him found little expression.

But all was gloomy within, and genial nature could no longer enter.

I knew that I ought to be genial, and for a few moments I did my best.

Wherever he has gone he has left some sparks of his own genial enthusiasm.

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