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amiable
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

4 uses
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Definition
friendly, agreeable, and likable
  • It must have been after midnight, and I was puzzled by his amiable acquiescence. He was shrewder than I, however: the moment I sat down I began to feel sleepy.
    p. 375.3
amiable = agreeable
  • He waited in amiable silence, and I sought to reinforce my position:
    p. 39.3
  • amiable = agreeable or friendly
  • Judge Taylor looked like most judges I had ever seen: amiable, white-haired, slightly ruddy-faced, he was a man who ran his court with an alarming informality—he sometimes propped his feet up, he often cleaned his fingernails with his pocket knife.
    p. 220.2
  • amiable = friendly
  • Atticus was proceeding amiably, as if he were involved in a title dispute.
    p. 226.7
amiably = in a friendly way
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