a conforming to your own liking or feelings or nature
Is the plan agreeable to you? he's an agreeable fellow My idea of an agreeable person...is a person who agrees with me"- Disraeli an agreeable manner
s in keeping
salaries agreeable with current trends
s prepared to agree or consent
agreeable to the plan
Rory Vaden: Fight fair to resolve relationship conflicts Great relationships develop not from the absence of conflict, but from determining an agreeable pattern for how to resolve conflict. Defining the rules of engagement for how you “fight” with someone you care about is ultimately much more important than trying to never have a disagreement.
June 16, 2013 - Ashland City Times
Carl Burris: First pharmacist Two hundred and sixty years ago, a Philadelphia hospital became the first American hospital to hire a salaried apothecary - what we now commonly call a pharmacist. The year was 1752 and the job description read: “to prepare and compound the medicines and administer them agreeable to the prescriptions of the physicians and surgeons.”
June 13, 2013 - Washington Times-Herald
Burglars & babysitters Two alleged thieves were caught Saturday morning while swiping items from one house and hiding them in another where the babysitter was agreeable.
June 12, 2013 - The Daily Post-Athenian
Harry Reid in Forbes I hope he will work with us so we can come up with something agreeable for bothsides, Reid said at a post-vote news conference. "But I'm not anxious to strip anything out of the bill."
Martha Stewart in FOXNews Paw Paw was a spectacular chow and an even more spectacular dog,Stewart wrote in a blog post on his death Saturday. "He was always my loyal companion, displaying the most agreeable temperament."
Sean McCormack in Forbes We have communicated to the Iranian government that we are agreeable to that,McCormack said. "We have not yet received back a reply, either directly or via the Iraqis."