geniality

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

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She sympathised with it now, for a little comfort had restored her geniality.

It was months since Natt had witnessed such an access of geniality on Paul's part.

Rubinstein was all courtesy, all geniality, all encouragement.

As he advanced to me his manner was almost urbane in its geniality.

The ruddy countenance of the pumpkin was the very picture of geniality.

Few natures were proof against the geniality of the brilliant Frenchman.

"Chevalier is the word you want," suggested Malcolm, responding to his geniality.

The river has an aspect of kindliness and geniality and life-givingness.

"Yes, your hair ribbons, you know," he added hastily and with an attempt at geniality.

Was this only the duty of the host, or did his geniality conceal some hidden scheme?

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