Amiable Agreement

A blow to the door interrupted him, and his face resumed his kind expression. Friendship is used especially in relationships or agreements (especially legal proceedings such as divorce) whose importance ranges from simply “non-bellicose, consensual” to “quite friendly”. On the other hand, the same term is used kindly especially to mean “pleasant, kind”, such as a “kind smile”. [1] A former roommate described him as kind and talkative. (New York Times) He often participates in a friendly meeting because he is kind. Our advice to avoid abuse is to first follow “the rule” for friendly and kind use and, in case of doubt, consult our dictionary. The rule works most of the time (the dictionary all the time) with one exception. Amiable can also describe pleasant, undisputed, or benevolent things, such as “a kind comedy,” “a kind conversation,” “a kind personality,” or “a kind smile.” In this sense, it describes things that have a pleasant quality; On the other hand, things that qualify as friendly tend to have a dose of inconvenience, as with “a divorce by mutual consent”. Amiable is an adjective that is used to describe people who are friendly or sociable. It can also describe things with pleasant quality. Friendly on the other side is usually used to describe civil or peaceful relationships or interactions. Your good neighbor is “nice,” but your interactions with him are “friendly.” As a tall, kind man, he wears a white helmet with “JOE” as a faded marker on the front.

(Washington Post) For example, two kind people could share a friendly friendship, or two kind people could end their relationship by mutual agreement. From the late Latin amīcābilis (“friendly”); you see with kind. Rivals for the Democrats` acquiescence, Biden and Klobuchar had a friendly relationship, as they competed with equally centrist messages. — The Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), May 6, 2020 Why, they might even switch to 77-year-old slates, the equivalent of Comfort Food`s television. “Alice and Bob gently hate each other, but their divorce was quick and consensual. They sold their house and shared their money and property without disagreement. Friendship refers to connections between people or things, such as a friendly situation with a crowd. Take out the “c” for the crowd and you stay with kind, a friendly person. As a kind interviewee, he was more than ready to discuss acting technique, his large selection of screen reels and much more. In the second example, amicable is used to change the relationship.

However, the relationship exists between competing rivals who agree and support each other (goodwill), but have no obvious desire to be friends or friends. The relationship is friendly, not friendly. According to the person/thing rule, the strongest formulations in the examples are “a generally warm and kind person” and “maintained a friendly relationship while they competed.” Both amiable and friendly end up deriving from the Latin amicabilis, which means friendly. Amiable switched from French to English in the fourteenth century and originally carried the meaning that is today linked to friendship. Soon after, he developed his modern sense. Amicable entered English in the sixteenth century and already carried its modern meaning. A friendly and pleasant person could be called friendly. Cabin crew tend to be friendly.

The people who watch the school cafeteria? Maybe not. Keep reading. In other times, in other conditions, a flexible and amiable figurehead could well serve them. As a kind man, Wally committed this historic act by chance on April 14, 2003. [American Viewer] She is too kind to desire what would make me unhappy, and too reasonable to leave the sphere of her sex. The press release calls it an “amicable settlement” that tries to take advantage of the positive connotation of friendship, regardless of whether the other party views the deal as blackmail. . .

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