Amicable (adjective)

Friendly and peaceful; characterized by agreement and lack of conflict.

Origin:

From latin amicabilis, from amicus ("frien.d")

Examples:

  1. The two countries were able to reach an amicable agreement.
  2. The divorce was amicable and both parties were able to remain friends.
  3. The negotiations were amicable and both sides were able to come to a compromise.
  4. The meeting between the two companies was amicable and they were able to establish a partnership.
  5. The resolution of the dispute was amicable and all parties were satisfied with the outcome.
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