from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of like mind or temperament; compatible.
- adj. Having attractive qualities; pleasing.
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- adj. Having a compatible temperament
- adj. Having pleasing qualities
Maybe it has something to do with being in simpatico with the government being shut down all this week?
But we pledge, we pledge that human sympathy -- what our neighbors to the South call an attitude of "simpatico" -- no less than enlightened self'-interest will be our guide.
I am so "simpatico" with dogs (I took my two elderly Bichon Frisé girls with me to Vancouver for company & the comfort they always bring me) that Smokey's ordeal and the picture of Braise barking & crying over him just tore at my heart ...
Another on the fence matter there is some kind of simpatico working between Donovan and Buddle, between the MLS assist leader and the MLS goal scoring leader
I am so "simpatico" with dogs I took my two elderly Bichon Frisé girls with me to Vancouver for company & the comfort they always bring me that Smokey's ordeal and the picture of Braise barking & crying over him just tore at my heart...
And I think they're, as they say in Mexico, "simpatico," or like-minded on a lot of issues especially business and privatization issues.
I find the Mexican people, the culture and food very "simpatico".
And, Mourdock said, he considers himself "simpatico" with Arpaio.
Buenos Aires. it simply is not a part of their thinking, that they should, once attaining a level of success, reach around, with a handshake, a sometimes anonymous handshake, and whisper ever so gently, "simpatico" to someone beneath them.
In Mexico, "simpatico" is a word that exists between two who suffer a similar pain or indignity.
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