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cordial
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

3 uses
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Definition
friendly — usually warm and heartfelt, but possibly only polite
  • With most of her possessions gone and her beloved yard a shambles, she still took a lively and cordial interest in Jem's and my affairs.
    p. 97.9
cordial = friendly
  • "A hain't lives there," he said cordially, pointing to the Radley house.
    p. 31.4
  • cordially = in a friendly way
  • With a click of her tongue she thrust out her bridgework, a gesture of cordiality that cemented our friendship.
    p. 57.2
cordiality = friendliness
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