good-natured

[ good-ney-cherd ]SEE DEFINITION OF good-natured

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOOD-NATURED

Mr Verloc gathered everything as it came to his broad, good-natured breast.

This good-natured fellow's present was highly valuable and useful to me.

My brother and sister will be at hand with their good-natured constructions.

Let us try to be sensible; let us try to be good-natured; let us try to be fair.

Madame Fressard smiled in a good-natured but rather ironical way.

It was 'all in the family,' and it was so jolly and good-natured, and that dear old man was so bright.

He was good-natured, plucky in a hard-headed British way, and gentlemanly.

"You know, my friend, how good-natured Gerard is," the Countess resumed.

Then he began to laugh and Guillaume realised all the good-natured irony of his laugh.

The people here said that he was the ugliest man, and the most good-natured, that ever lived.

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