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amicable
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

3 uses
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Definition
a friendly manner — especially in a difficult situation
  • Between people like us threats are out of place, everything should be amicably arranged.
    Chapters 63-64 (82% in)
  • ...brought his friend "Sinbad the Sailor" back to his recollection, and that was the mysterious sort of intimacy that seemed to exist between the brigands and the sailors; and Pastrini's account of Vampa's having found refuge on board the vessels of smugglers and fishermen, reminded Franz of the two Corsican bandits he had found supping so amicably with the crew of the little yacht, which had even deviated from its course and touched at Porto-Vecchio for the sole purpose of landing them.
    Chapters 33-34 (51% in)
  • "Had you continued to remain on amicable terms with me, I should have said, 'Patience, my friend;' but you have constituted yourself my enemy, therefore I say, 'What does that signify to me, sir?'
    Chapters 77-78 (98% in)

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