Amiable in a sentence

Definition of Amiable

Friendly; kind; sweet; gracious | Of a pleasant and likeable nature; kind-hearted; easy to like

How to use Amiable in a Sentence?

  • The boy was dutiful and affectionate, amiable in disposition and agreeable in manners.
  • At this declaration, so characteristic of his amiable temperament, her anger flashed over him.
  • Would life be worth living without the sweet presence of kind, cheerful, and amiable women?
  • Our amiable friend B. must try to get me at least a battle-axe or a turtle for it!
  • Every thing genial and amiable in my nature was repressed and nothing brought out but what was unprofitable and ungracious.
  • The most amiable of country gentlemen has a certain pleasure in the teeth of the bull-dog which guards his orchard.
  • Another being seemed created within me, or rather, all that was amiable and excellent was drawn out.
  • The reputation that a woman should try to obtain and deserve is to be a sensible woman in her house and an amiable woman in society.
  • This being has great gifts and many amiable qualities; but does not everybody see that his besetting sin is selfishness?
  • Towards us he was the most amiable of hosts, and showed his pleasure in entertaining us in a kind and hearty manner.
  • These whisky-runners meant everything to him, and he felt it incumbent upon him to display his most amiable side.
  • He had no difficulty in doing that, for Billie was to the full as amiable and unselfish as his brother.
  • The first rift in the storm-packed clouds; and to meet her through the kindly offices of this amiable man who was her father!
  • Vincy really concealed under an amiable and gentle exterior the kindest heart of any man in London.
  • Between myself and his young wife, an amiable and accomplished lady, an almost friendly relation soon sprang up.
  • I'm sure we've got on beautifully together," she said with her air of amiable indifference.
  • He had an impressive though stolid bearing, an amiable expression, an engaging smile, and the manner of a weary monarch.
  • She was not lacking in amiability; she was, indeed, so amiable that she would slander almost any absent friend to please one who was present.
  • She was a short, stout, amiable woman, whose broad, smiling face spoke of good temper and kindheartedness.

Short Example Sentence for Amiable

  • He was in no amiable mood.
  • We are an amiable people!
  • How loving and amiable she must be!
  • Rosamond subsided into her usual amiable indifference.
  • Oh, you are too amiable to admit it.
  • Trotting sedately after her came an amiable looking cow.
  • It gave them a zest your amiable creatures lack.
  • What was Rhoda being so amiable about?
  • He is amiable and I am soft.
  • Say all that is amiable to your wife till I come myself.
  • Hillsborough with the more amiable Lord Dartmouth.
  • The amiable Mr. Tag-rag continued unaltered.
  • There is a touching exchange of amiable services between the sexes.
  • Only the pleasant, amiable expression in his thin face was the same.
  • Smoking in calm placidity, the amiable pair discussed the subject.
  • Once more the fat old lady entered, with her amiable smile and slow movements.
  • She must be resigned, and, mind you, always amiable and cheerful.
  • Haven't I qualified sufficiently as that amiable man?
  • Mrs. Nailor, one of her New York friends, performed this amiable office.
  • He was always an amiable villain--until roused.
  • Menard's face was less amiable once he was away from the house.

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