Pleasing, either to the mind or senses; pleasant; grateful. (adjective)
Willing; ready to agree or consent. (adjective)
Agreeing or suitable; conformable; correspondent; concordant; adapted; followed by to, or rarely by with. (adjective)
In pursuance, conformity, or accordance; used adverbially (adjective)
Examples of word agreeable
It was a short note from her brother apologizing for not being at the docks to meet her, and letting her know that he trusted Mrs. Black and Mrs. Darkâ€”I call them the Dark Sisters, Tessie, for obvious reasons, and they seem to find the name agreeable!
The Vice Dean reminded us of a significance of a comments of Enobarbus as a shrewd as good as mostly sarcastic spectator of this adore affair: an researcher both detered by his master's debility in agreeable to Cleopatra's charming energy as good as fascinated himself by a Egyptian queen's witchery.
In an earlier scene, he stumbles over to Nancy to deliver a drunken boast that Adelita is far superior to Silas, whom he labels agreeable but â€œa simple boy.â€
The only instance where I am not agreeable is when I feel, for some reason, that I have to be.
Under this circumstance the mind is kept constantly in agreeable suspense.