gyfeillgar, cyfeillgar, chyfeillgar, nghyfeillgar
Adjective(1) characterized by friendship and good will
(1) He urged the youths from both sides to forget the bitter past and create an amicable environment for everyone to live in peace.(2) He recently admitted the trio regularly congratulate themselves on having such an amicable relationship.(3) We're still really good friends and it's all very amicable , but it just wasn't working and hadn't done so for quite some time.(4) Two decades on, Mesnel is a millionaire, albeit a very polite and amicable one, and without, it seems, a single element of ego.(5) A swift and amicable settlement to this dispute is needed now.(6) Spokespersons for the pair say it's an amicable split and that the two remain friends.(7) They have not been in court before now for custody of the child and had reached an amicable arrangement over visiting rights.(8) The conversation was amicable , as befitted a meeting between two old friends.(9) Once Mr Ahern had clarified the position, the conversation was amicable .(10) Though we believe we have a chance of remaining independent, we have to work together and would like to have an amicable relationship.(11) Although traffic wardens are not known for being popular, friends said Milroy was an easygoing, amicable character.(12) The event was a particularly amicable one and the result for Europeans, especially the Scots, could not have been better.(13) They then moved to India and Pakistan where they formed an amicable relationship with the British.(14) Robson is an amicable bloke with a marvellous CV and his bitterness at being shown the door was as obvious as it was understandable.(15) The disputed area can also be discussed after some time and an amicable settlement may be given to the court for its verdict.(16) Normally, this is one of the quieter, friendlier, more amicable sessions of the week.
(1) amicable settlement :: setliad cyfeillgar
1. friendly ::
2. good-natured ::
3. cordial ::
4. easy ::
5. easygoing ::
6. neighborly ::
7. harmonious ::
9. civilized ::
10. nonconfrontational ::
1. incompatible ::
2. inharmonious ::
3. uncongenial ::
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