agreeably agreeably


  • (adv) in an enjoyable manner



  1. According to both Obama and Petraeus, the meeting which lasted twice as long as the usual congressional briefing ended agreeably.
  2. During the Santori shoot he agreeably mimics Rat Packers Dean Martin and Joey Bishop and, because the photographer asks, James Bond not Sean Connery but Roger Moore.
  3. It is an agreeably entertaining subjectexcept, of course, to the participants.


  • Days Gone By

    100 years ago - 1913 Oscar Hummel, manager of the L. Hummel furniture department store, agreeably surprised the bunch by taking his salesmen and other boys of the establishment out for a spin in the huge and comfortable tally-ho automobile during the Fri
    on August 28, 2013     Source: The Pottsville Republican & Herald


  1. But Republican Sen. Fletcher Hartsell of Cabarrus County says: "You can disagree agreeably with Kay."
    on Oct 6, 2008 By: Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr. Source: News & Observer (registration)

  2. He recalled that George Washington wrote, "The liberty enjoyed by the people of these States, of worshipping Almighty God agreeably to their consciences, is not only among the choicest of their blessings, but also of their rights."
    on Jan 17, 2005 By: George Washington Source: Hawaii Reporter

  3. Mr Dawkins said last week: "On my book tour of America I was agreeably surprised by the positive reception it got. There is a huge undercurrent of non-believing feeling in America which has felt repressed, suppressed, almost persecuted. Many people...
    on May 5, 2007 By: Richard Dawkins Source:

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profusion profusion
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