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good natured

adjective as in bland

adjective as in good-humored

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Often those jokes were along the lines of long, good-natured comedic stories.

Then, the typically good-natured crowd seethed with anger when West appeared hours late and then delivered an underwhelming set.

An important aspect of the community is abiding by the “Bonnaroovian Code” promoting good-natured feelings for all participants.

Throughout it all, Hilty remained relatively good-natured with the press, a proper balance of self-aware and self-deprecating.

He had to prove that Fallon's reign isn't a fluke, that late night really can be a home for the affable and good-natured.

Quiet and good natured, when necessity arose he never failed to assert his authority.

This mob of men and boys were good-natured, but very curious, and it gathered so close as to impede the progress of the ponies.

She looks good-natured enough at church, beside her husband and her fine little boys.

Much of the haste and irritation which had previously led to blows discharged itself in a good-natured sneeze.

Now good-natured Alfaretta was nothing if not helpful, and quite human enough to enjoy smashing something.

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On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to good-natured, such as: amiable, cordial, even-tempered, friendly, good-hearted, and good-humored.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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