amiably amiably  /ˈeɪ mi əb li/


  • (adv) in an affable manner



  1. The week concluded with a particularly pleasant chore: mingling amiably with the 3,500 en- tering freshmen at Liberty University, his proudest creation.
  2. During rehearsals, which are gagged up to the limit by the cast, he sits amiably giggling at his delirious brain child.
  3. Moscow's cops chatted amiably but guardedly with Zorza particularly after he confided piously that his capitalist boss might dock him for wasting a call.


  • 'Monsters University' partially redeems Pixar

    ''Monsters University'' is neither a bold return to form for Pixar nor another misfire. As directed by Dan Scanlon (a Clawson native who once competed in the Michigan Student Film and Video Festival), it's just pleasant, amiably animated family entertainment.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press


  • "I thought we left amiably and I did mention to him that it was an unfair death in many ways, being caught in transition between an old team and a young team, with the number of injuries that we had," Callahan said. "I would have liked to...
    on Jan 6, 2004 By: Bill Callahan Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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