amicability amicability


  1. (n) a disinclination to quarrel
  2. (n) having a disposition characterized by warmth and friendliness



  1. But the summit's amicability showed that environment could provide the basis for safe diplomacy.
  2. We will oppose anger and hostility with love and amicability.
  3. Again both sides got along with wary amicability.


  • Mack Brown Reportedly Told Texas Commits to 'Look Around'

    The split between Mack Brown and Texas has been praised for its amicability, with Jan. 30 even being celebrated as "Mack and Sally Brown Day" in the city of Austin, less than two months after he resigned from the Longhorns head coaching position. However, Brown may not be as content as he appears. Speaking with KTRK , Houston's ABC affiliate, Texas commit John Bonney said that Brown told him and ...
    on February 3, 2014     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "Former Speaker Perzel needs to be helpful, accommodating, and realistic," DeWeese said. "If we are not allowed to change the office suites posthaste, it would be a rejection of our fine traditions and potentially sunder the amicability and...
    on Dec 5, 2006 By: Bill DeWeese Source: NEPA News

  2. "The friendliness and amicability between the people of the two countries are vital to a healthy bilateral ties," Xi said. "The Diet members have important influence on the public. We expect you can help to create a good public opinion...
    on Dec 14, 2009 By: Xi Jinping Source: Xinhua

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