Friendly; kind; sweet; gracious; as, an amiable temper or mood; amiable ideas. (adjective)
Examples of word amiable
“Buzz, do you think that the phrase amiable strangers is apt?”
At times, they moved in amiable opposition, one pausing watchfully while the other spiraled to higher altitudes.
"Taking a break from his sermonising trilogy on American values, The Boss of It All finds Lars Von Trier in amiable and comedic mood, spinning out a plot that explores several of his favourite hobbyhorses: following individuals attempting to escape from reason, poking fun at group dynamics, and deflating actors 'egos."
I should have written, "... and spent an hour in amiable CONVERSATION ..."
We were given an excellent tour by Conchita Tena, and spent an hour in amiable while seated on the terrace, sipping agua fresca de guayba.
"Champagner-Oper" [ "Champagne Opera."] and in order to justify this title our amiable Intendant proposes to regale the whole theater with a few dozens of champagne in the second act, in order to spirit up the chorus.
Keen runner Kevin Edwards, 37, who had been reported missing on Sunday, was called "amiable" and "friendly" by his family in Llanberis.