Pleasing, either to the mind or senses; pleasant; grateful. | (colloquial) Willing; ready to agree or consent. | Agreeing or suitable; conformable; correspondent; concordant; adapted; followed by to, or rarely by with.
How to use Agreeable in a Sentence?
What sort of person was he under the agreeable surface, this chosen husband of hers?
The boy was dutiful and affectionate, amiable in disposition and agreeable in manners.
The ride to the village of Gandaman, where we halted for two days, was an agreeable one.
Odours agreeable to Bakhtiari noses are wafted down to my tent, but I do not find them appetising.
He has an agreeable winning Countenance, and hazel Eyes, which are lively and sparkling.
It was an agreeable variation from the monotonous routine of his voyage, and he felt that it was not unpleasant to her.
Wherefore your arrival is the more agreeable to me, inasmuch as it has already been foreseen from the signification of the stars.
How can the one of these things be so utterly repugnant to the divine character, and the other so perfectly agreeable to it?
Here he returns to his psychology, and identifies the most agreeable impression made on the sensibility with an act of the will.
The effect of the clear running water in the immense tanks lined with blue tiles is most agreeable and cool.
Of this the pretty window which forms the chief feature of the sketch under consideration, offers an agreeable proof.
So agreeable a smell as burning walrus fat dispelled all distrust, and brought him within musket-shot.
Hubert was a great catch, and there were other young ladies eager to be agreeable to him; but he did not seem to desire flirtation with any.
He was also so constituted, that certain earthly objects were agreeable to him, and excited his natural appetites and desires.
He seems most anxious, not only to do everything right, but to make matters as pleasant and agreeable as possible for his cousin.
But if it had any concreated dispositions at all, they must be either right or wrong, either agreeable or disagreeable to the nature of things.
He had had so little of women's appreciation in his life that Drusilla's enthusiasm was not only agreeable but new.
I recall all the kindness you have ever shown me; for example, your causing my room to be whitewashed, which was an agreeable surprise to me.
I was glad to see you had him; for he is a very agreeable man when he chooses, but quite moody, and you never know what he is going to say.
This boy was tall and slender, and his face, though he had an elegant head, was too formed and adult to be agreeable or very taking for me.
The mind chooses objects, says he, not because they please it; but they are agreeable and pleasant to the mind, because it chooses them.
Well, there is a phase in every love affair, a sort of heroic hysteria, when death and ruin are agreeable additions to the prospect.
We have not met for many years, and if it is agreeable to you, I should like to see an old friend again.
Shortly I was supping in a neat little cottage, and endeavoring in the usual way to be agreeable to some one in muslin.
In the one case he was affable, winning, pleasant, full of those agreeable little surprises that in turn attract a woman.
And if so, then that Providence which is agreeable to such a choice, is a wise and holy Providence.
Extreme measures were, however, not agreeable to Epicureans, who in general had nothing but condemnation for civil war.
Short Example Sentence for Agreeable
This was no agreeable news to me.
Randy was agreeable to the suggestion.
But this was by no means agreeable to me.
Harmony results from an agreeable contrast.
To what agreeable places you resort.
And surely he was a more agreeable dinner-companion.
I find such details far more agreeable than literature.
Still, it is hardly more agreeable to encounter.
But I found him a very intelligent and agreeable man.
Chook thought Mrs Partridge was an agreeable woman.
His jesting tone did not seem to be exactly agreeable to his wife.
It was delightful to her to see how agreeable everyone was to Rosamond.
An agreeable fellow, though not quite, I should say, to the manner born?