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  • The conversation began amiably, but just because it was too amiable, it came to a stop again.
  • The conversation began amiably, but just because it was too amiable, it came to a stop again.
  • She saw, too, how coldly her father responded at last to Vronsky’s bow, and how Vronsky looked with amiable perplexity at her father, as though trying and failing to understand how and why anyone could be hostilely disposed towards him, and she flushed.
  • But in the world, he’s the most amiable man I know, and a devoted croquet player.
  • She blushed with emotion when he came into the room, she could not repress a smile of rapture when he said anything amiable to her.
  • "Oh, if you wish, we’ll stay here tomorrow," Levin answered, with peculiar amiability.
  • The second installment for the forest had been received from the merchant and was not yet exhausted; Dolly had been very amiable and goodhumored of late, and the idea of the dinner pleased Stepan Arkadyevitch from every point of view.
  • But his simplicity, particularly in conjunction with his good looks, his amiable smile, and the grace of his movements, was very attractive.
  • They drank, also half in jest, to the health of the new marshal of the province, of the governor, of the bank director, and of "our amiable host."
  • No more discussions sprang up; on the contrary, after dinner every one was in the most amiable frame of mind.
  • And have you had any shooting yet this year?" said Levin to Veslovsky, looking intently at his leg, but speaking with that forced amiability that Kitty knew so well in him, and that was so out of keeping with him.

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  • She seemed an ideal candidate—attractive, amiable, intelligent and energetic.
  • It was an amiable gathering of old friends.

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