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- n. The quality of being good-natured.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being good-natured; good temper.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cheerful willingness to be obliging
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We had just hired a new nanny, Sezi, who was already changing our lives with her heart and good-naturedness and her sweet, loving personality.
We pride ourselves on the number of times we are able to say "yes" to one another even when grumpy domesticity threatens to supercede our relative good-naturedness.
"But if you have them, I want to know my score," he said, face bearing not even a trace of good-naturedness.
Nowhere among the rounded, padded chairs was there evidence of the sharp glint of his American television persona, nor the ruddy good-naturedness of his BBC character.
Your simple & silly good-naturedness is immediately recognizable, and it sets you apart in this sarcastic world.
It was amazing how quickly the giant could switch from fury to cheerful good-naturedness.
I think some of you might find that stuff about brashness and competitiveness interesting but please do note the good-naturedness, benevolence and optimism.
The sheer good-naturedness of the tune distracts from its slightness.
Casca laughed, the tension of the previous night broken by the good-naturedness of Glam.
But she felt that a great instinctive good-naturedness came out of him, he was self-conscious and constrained, knowing she did not follow his language of gesture.