Comity (noun)

  1. Politeness and consideration in dealing with others.
  2. Friendliness and mutual goodwill in a group or between countries.


Late 16th century: from latin comitas, from comis "pleasant, courteous".


  1. The two nations agreed to maintain comity in their diplomatic relations.
  2. The meeting was conducted with comity and everyone was treated with respect.
  3. The comity of the group was disturbed when one member made a personal attack on another.
  4. The comity of the workplace was improved when management started to listen to employee suggestions.
  5. The comity between the two countries was strengthened through cultural exchanges.
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