Pleasing, either to the mind or senses; pleasant; grateful. (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. Dark—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 “a simple boy.”
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.
In the management of my business I led a very active and busy life -- a life, in short, agreeable to my own taste.
You can hardly make the word agreeable to English ears without this comfortable reference to the reassuring science of archæology.