Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being amicable; amicableness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being amicable; friendliness; amicableness.

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  • noun The state or quality of being amicable or friendly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a disinclination to quarrel
  • noun having a disposition characterized by warmth and friendliness

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Examples

  • I can't get over the suspicion that Bush himself has disengaged, which is why the amicability is there.

    The Obama Transition and the Importance of Getting It Right - Swampland - TIME.com

  • In the past few months, despite frequent skirmishes, they had settled into an amicability that had been surprising.

    Shadow Princess

  • In the past few months, despite frequent skirmishes, they had settled into an amicability that had been surprising.

    Shadow Princess

  • Drinking the bitter root extract is an acquired taste, but the effects are quite pleasant -- mild euphoria, amicability and greatly reduced anxiety.

    Michael Balick, Ph.D.: Sakau: Powerful Plant From the Pacific Islands

  • It is best to resolve these things with the appearance of amicability, if possible.

    Labor Policy

  • Drinking the bitter root extract is an acquired taste, but the effects are quite pleasant -- mild euphoria, amicability and greatly reduced anxiety.

    Michael Balick, Ph.D.: Sakau: Powerful Plant From the Pacific Islands

  • In the past few months, despite frequent skirmishes, they had settled into an amicability that had been surprising.

    Shadow Princess

  • Drinking the bitter root extract is an acquired taste, but the effects are quite pleasant -- mild euphoria, amicability and greatly reduced anxiety.

    Michael Balick, Ph.D.: Sakau: Powerful Plant From the Pacific Islands

  • Mr. Archer has compared the hero with Colonel Newcome, whose loquacious amicability he does share, but Stockmann's character has much more energy and initiative than Colonel Newcome's, whom we could never fancy rousing himself "to purge society."

    Henrik Ibsen

  • Mr. Archer has compared the hero with Colonel Newcome, whose loquacious amicability he does share, but Stockmann's character has much more energy and initiative than Colonel Newcome's, whom we could never fancy rousing himself "to purge society."

    Henrik Ibsen

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