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1. The headteacher is very genial/has a genial manner.
2. Bob was always genial and welcoming.
3. He was a warm-hearted friend and genial host.
4. Our chef was a genial, slightly tubby man.
5. Your genial hosts will recommend several excellent local restaurants.
6. Mr. Parker is a genial old man.
7. Dr Saito has a warm, genial manner.
8. He is a resourceful, hard-working, genial man.
9. Orlando is a genial man.
10. Under the genial exterior lay a considerable vanity, and a desire to have his own way.
11. Glover was genial, modest, and always eager to improve himself.
12. All that was left of his genial friend lay cold before him on the trestles.
13. Alvin met the genial master poet Langston Hughes, who became a lifelong friend and confidant.
14. He cast a genial glance at one of his apprentices.
15. Bates himself was warm and genial, and his cohorts were having such a good time that their faces glowed with pleasure.
16. That man was scarcely a heroic figure, however genial and powerful in manpower, but never ambitious to lead.
17. In character he was kindly, genial, and modest, with an abundant sense of humour.
18. Your genial hosts will recommend several excellent local restaurants. Special diets are catered for with advance notice.
19. Our hosts were genial and friendly, and our stay was a very pleasant one.
20. The latter's genial nature and dressy appearance pleased him.
21. His manner was genial and his speech idiosyncratic.
22. Her uncle looked at her awhile with genial acuteness.
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23. The excellent and varied wine list, decent buffet food and genial atmosphere make this a favourite with local office workers.
24. She had a cigarette butt between her lips and a genial look on her face.
25. He even developed a nice line in badinage with the unusually genial Labour leader, Mr Neil Kinnock.
26. It was Francis Clark who welcomed them into the building, a genial man with a pleasant smile on his face.
27. He loved both the outdoor life and the companionship of genial and talented colleagues.
28. Indeed, she had scarcely enough presence of mind to return Sybil's bright smile and bid farewell to the genial innkeepers.
29. Living well, it seems, is the best revenge, even for a genial poet.
30. But all was still save the measured tread of the sentinel and the gentle whispers of the genial night breeze.
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