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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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a friendly manner — especially in a difficult situation
  • Their conversation had begun amicably enough, a simple discussion of who would take care of the cat while they were both out of town: she in Indianapolis for a concert, he in Lexington to help his mother.
    p. 375.7
amicably = in a friendly manner
  • Still, when the tape ended, she had forced herself to sit down and count up her affairs—short-lived and long, passionate and detached, bitter and amicable—over the years.
    p. 293.2
  • Her other affairs had ended differently, swiftly or slowly, amicably or not, but none with this element of uneasiness.
    p. 295.3

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