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1. The meaning of Amiable is friendly, sociable, and congenial

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2. The Roots of Amiable Go Back to Love Synonym Discussion of Amiable.


3. Amiable definition, having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qualities; affable: an Amiable disposition

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4. Amiable: having an easygoing and pleasing manner especially in social situations

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5. Amiable: See: amenable , amicable , benevolent , civil , malleable , obeisant , peaceable

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6. Find 66 ways to say Amiable, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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7. Amiable are usually not in very high-level executive positions, but there are obviously exceptions here and there

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8. Being an Amiable doesn’t mean you can’t be a leader, most of them just don’t have the characteristics of one

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9. Amiables also tend to be very high in emotion and make decisions slowly.

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10. Amiable refers to one person's friendly disposition


11. A group might have an amicable meeting, because the people there are Amiable

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12. A'-mi-a-b'-l (yedhidh, "beloved"): Applied to the tabernacle or tent of meeting "How Amiable ("lovely" the Revised Version, margin) are thy tabernacles" (Psalms 84:1), the plural having reference to the subdivisions and appurtenances of the sanctuary (compare Psalms 68:35).The adjective is rendered "Amiable" in the sense of the French Amiable, lovely; but the usage of the Hebrew word

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13. A friendly, pleasant person could be described as Amiable

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14. The Amiable Style is Friendly, Supportive & Relationship-focused

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15. People with an Amiable Style openly display their feelings to others

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16. Amiable - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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17. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Amiable adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (friendly, likeable) amigable adj mf adjetivo de una sola terminación: Adjetivos de una sola terminación en singular ("amable", "constante") pero que sí varían

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18. Amiable adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (friendly, likeable) amabile agg aggettivo: Descrive o specifica un sostantivo: "Una persona fidata" - "Con un cacciavite piccolo" - "Questioni controverse"

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19. 39 synonyms for Amiable: pleasant, kind, kindly, pleasing, friendly, attractive, engaging, charming

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20. 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 hind limbs

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21. Amiable raced until she was three years old, retiring in 1895 to the Duke of Portland's Welbeck Stud


22. Plagued with fertility problems, Amiable was a failure as a broodmare and produced only one foal that survived to adulthood.

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23. What does Amiable mean? Friendly and agreeable in disposition; good-natured and likable

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24. The Amiable Ms Ypsilanti, meanwhile, has begun to master policy and smarten up her speeches

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25. An Amiable Mr Estrada would respond with shoot-from-the-hip answers, or what he considered humorous quips

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26. Mr Palocci is big, Amiable, whiskered, and like Lula speaks with a disarming lisp.

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27. ‘A most Amiable and kindly man, he was held in very high esteem and was a noted character in the area.’ ‘Anyway, I found Andrea to be a perfectly Amiable person, but that was not a universal view.’ ‘He described him Mr Reid as an Amiable person who wanted to learn the basics of the religion.’

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28. Always Amiable and frequently hilarious, future triumphs on the comedy circuit might not be that much of a tall order

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29. He is an Amiable person, but very disorganised, and this often leads to frustration on the part of staff, and friction.

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30. Because she was nice to all her fellow students, my cousin Sally was voted the most Amiable female at her school

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31. I love going to my doctor’s office because his staff is so Amiable! 🔊


32. Amiable 'Amiable' is a 7 letter word starting with A and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Amiable' Clue Answer; Like Miss Congeniality (7) Amiable: Nice and friendly (7) Of sweet and friendly disposition (7) Friendly, pleasant (7) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Amiable

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33. Middle English amyable, from Old French Amiable, from Late Latin amīcābilis ("friendly"), from Latin amīcus ("friend"), from amō ("I love").The meaning has been influenced by French aimable, Latin amābilis ("loveable").Compare with amicable, amorous, amability.

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34. With its creamy texture and Amiable flavor, it is ideal for capturing the essence of the Washington Red Delicious

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35. A most Amiable and easily grown plant, it produces seeds freely and may be quickly had in quantity

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36. Free flowering, vigorous and hardy, it is one of the most Amiable and desirable

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37. Another word for Amiable: pleasant, kind, kindly, pleasing, friendly Collins English Thesaurus

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38. 84:1, there is an exception, "How Amiable are the tabernacles, O Lord." 2

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39. Lay Amiable siege to the honesty of this Ford's wife.


40. Amicable is an adjective that means “friendly” or “peaceable.”; Amicable is best used to describe situations that could have turned out acrimonious or resentful.; Amicable and Amiable have similar meanings, but a slightly different use: Amiable means “friendly” or “agreeable” and is used to describe people.; A lack of amicability is to blame for many of the world’s hardships.

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41. Amiable personality types can capitalize on their supportive nature by choosing a career well-suited to who they are

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42. If you have an Amiable personality type, one of the careers highlighted below may be what you looking for

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43. Amiable compositeur can over-rule state laws, lex mercatoria, trade usages (the working group applies “lex mercatoria” only for general principles of law), and maybe even a contract

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44. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Amiable a‧mi‧a‧ble / ˈeɪmiəb ə l / adjective FRIENDLY friendly and easy to like The driver was an Amiable young man

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45. See thesaurus at friendly — amiably adverb — amiability / ˌeɪmiəˈbɪləti / noun [ uncountable ] Examples from the Corpus Amiable

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46. How Amiable are thy tabernacles, O LORD of hosts! My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth for the courts of the LORD: my heart and my flesh crieth out for the living God

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47. Definition of Amiable adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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48. Amiable definition: Someone who is Amiable is friendly and pleasant to be with

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49. ‘A most Amiable and kindly man, he was held in very high esteem and was a noted character in the area.’ ‘Anyway, I found Andrea to be a perfectly Amiable person, but that was not a universal view.’ ‘He described him Mr Reid as an Amiable person who wanted to learn the basics of the religion.’

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50. Amiable (adj.) late 14c., "kindly, friendly," also "worthy of love or admiration," from Old French Amiable "pleasant, kind; worthy to be loved" (12c.), from Late Latin amicabilis "friendly," from Latin amicus "friend, loved one," noun use of an adjective, "friendly, loving," from amare "to love" (see Amy).

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51. “It was a very friendly and Amiable race,” said Swinehart, who lives in La Grange and is the chief financial officer of RPAI

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52. [more Amiable; most Amiable] : friendly and pleasant

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53. Affable is different from Amiable to me in the sense that an affable person seems to be a friend to everyone and everyone's friends

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54. Amiable is the type of person whom you can get to know and will be friendly

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55. When you understand personality traits - including whether you are an Amiable, a Driver personality type, an Analytical, or Expressive you are able to talk to strangers in the way they want to hear you

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56. Adjective (en adjective) Friendly; kind; sweet; gracious; as, an Amiable temper or mood; Amiable ideas

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57. * *:A short time afterward at the opera Gerald dragged him into a parterre to say something Amiable to one of the Amiable débutante Craig girls—and Selwyn found himself again facing Alixe.; Possessing sweetness of disposition; having sweetness of temper; kindhearted; which causes one to

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58. Antonyms for Amiable include unpleasant, unfriendly, disagreeable, hostile, irritable, loathsome, unsociable, unAmiable, mean and uncongenial

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AMIABLE [ˈāmēəb(ə)l]

amiable (adjective)

Synonyms: Friendly . Affable . Amicable . Cordial . Warm . Warmhearted . Good-natured . Nice . Pleasant . Agreeable . Pleasing . Likable . Lovable . Genial . Good-humored . Charming . Winning . Engaging . Delightful . Obliging . Kind . Kindly . Neighborly . Hospitable . Companionable . Sociable . Gregarious . Convivial . Clubbable . Personable .

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