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(1) We have a very amiable companionship.
(2) Behind that amiable facade, he's a deeply unpleasant man.
(3) The driver was an amiable young man.
(4) He seemed an amiable young man.
(5) He is an educated, amiable and decent man.
(6) Her parents seemed very amiable.
(7) She was in an amiable mood.
(8) The next - door neighbours are very amiable people.
(9) The leader did the amiable.
(10) The drink had put him in an amiable mood.
(11) I've only met Jane once but she seems amiable enough.
(12) Sara, while remaining outwardly amiable toward all concerned(sentence dictionary), was inwardly furious.
(13) So amiable was the mood of the meeting that a decision was soon reached.
(14) Cohen is soft-spoken and amiable.
(15) From all accounts, the weekend talks were remarkably amiable.
(16) They divorced in an amiable and friendly manner.
(17) Fen seemed to be in an amiable mood today.
(18) Hilary didn't think he looked amiable at all.
(19) The science and engineering master was always amiable.
(20) Kovitsky spoke in an amiable, conversational tone.
(21) He also cultivates an amiable sort of ruthlessness.
(22) With Marguerite she settled into an amiable routine.
(23) Look for Robert Hung, the well-dressed and amiable manager.
(24) Banks is an immensely amiable, bearded ex-beatnik who feels that he is at last putting his past behind him.
(25) Like an amiable but daffy uncle, he repeatedly hangs himself with his own anecdotes.
(26) In conversation Victoria exudes wit, self-assurance and an amiable openness.
(27) Do you really want to go or are you merely being amiable?
(28) Her goal proved to be a tall, thin building, leaning like an amiable drunk, supported by its neighbours.
(29) She could hardly bear to listen to them, smiling Clyde, amiable Harvey, fat Marlene.
(30) There was an awkward silence which Maidstone might have broken with some amiable remark to save Sandison's face.