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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.

    Falling Apart in One Piece

  • 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.

    Alex Gersten: Saying Yes

  • "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.

    Grilling Gordon

  • Your simple & silly good-naturedness is immediately recognizable, and it sets you apart in this sarcastic world.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • It was amazing how quickly the giant could switch from fury to cheerful good-naturedness.

    The Sea of Trolls

  • I think some of you might find that stuff about brashness and competitiveness interesting but please do note the good-naturedness, benevolence and optimism.

    anne-jumps Diary Entry

  • The sheer good-naturedness of the tune distracts from its slightness.

    Neil Young's Semi-Precious mettle

  • Casca laughed, the tension of the previous night broken by the good-naturedness of Glam.

    The Eternal Mercenary

  • 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.

    The Lost Girl


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