Definition of Amiability. Meaning of Amiability. Synonyms of Amiability

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Definition of Amiability

Amiability
Amiability A`mi*a*bil"i*ty, n. The quality of being amiable; amiableness; sweetness of disposition. Every excellency is a degree of amiability. --Jer. Taylor.

Meaning of Amiability from wikipedia

- episode ends with Blackadder convincing the Prince to play a game of "cards" with him. "Amy and Amiability" at BBC Programmes "Amy and Amiability" on IMDb...
- Amiable (1891–1915) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse that won the 1894 Epsom Oaks and 1,000 Guineas Stakes despite having severe stringhalt in both...
- render me perfectly happy. He is so sensible, so kind, and so good, and so amiable too. He has besides the most pleasing and delightful exterior and appearance...
- portrayals at the time of the book's publication, they are shown as living in amiable family groups and drawing on the experience of infirm but experienced elder...
- between the Portuguese state and the Roman Catholic Church were generally amiable and stable since the earliest years of the Portuguese nation, their relative...
- Uncommon Type, which was published in 2017. Hanks is perceived to be amiable and congenial to his fans, often compared to as his generation's Jimmy...
- then greatly patronized by Baltimoreans" in Francis F. Bierne (1984), The Amiable Baltimoreans, Johns Hopkins University Press, p. 118 Carroll, David H....
- Movies of the Last 25 Years list. "Tom Hanks plays the title character, an amiable dunce who is far too smart to embrace the lethal values of the 1960s. The...
- Walmington-on-Sea. Catherine Bray of Variety found the film to be an "amiable but creaky resurrection" of the po****r sitcom, and thought that while...
- conversation bore the appearance of ill-humor, and he was certainly not very amiable." Johann Ludwig Wurstemberger, who accompanied Napoleon from Camp Fornio...
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