Genial [adjective]

Definition of Genial:

extremely nice and happy

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Sentence/Example of Genial:

Big Reginald took their lives at pool, and pocketed their half-crowns in an easy genial way, which almost made losing a pleasure.

Society likes their genial companionship, and they are favourites with, and favoured alike by young and old.

Mr. Wadsworth spoke in his genial voice: Its a beautiful thing, daughters, to help a good man live a good life.

Even the gossip of the vicar's wife, or the genial chat of the vicar himself, failed to interest her.

Accustomed to the Scotch mists, this rain seemed a genial shower, and Sir James was enjoying it accordingly.

She had seen him on his former visit, and remembered favourably his genial good-humour and affable bearing.

A true daughter of an artist, of a genial and dissolute artist, thoroughly in the romantic tradition, as was Sebastien Ruys.

If inferior to Pindar in passion and loftiness, it glows with a more genial humanity and with purer wit.

His genial, boyish heart readily forgave them, and his eyes shone with joy.

On the whole the domestic atmosphere in Market Square Place seemed more genial.