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genial
used in Sense and Sensibility

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friendly and good-natured
  • But at last a soft, genial morning appeared; such as might tempt the daughter's wishes and the mother's confidence; and Marianne, leaning on Elinor's arm, was authorised to walk as long as she could without fatigue, in the lane before the house.
    Chapter 46 (48% in)

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