Amiable (adjective)

  1. Friendly and pleasant.
  2. Having a good-natured and likable personality.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french amiable, from latin amabilis, from amare "to love".

Examples:

  1. She had an amiable personality and was easy to talk to.
  2. He had an amiable smile that made people feel at ease.
  3. The atmosphere was amiable and everyone was having a good time.
  4. The relationship between the two countries was amiable.
  5. The teacher had an amiable and approachable personality.
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