Pleasing either into the mind or senses pleasant grateful as agreeable manners or remarks an agreeable person good fresh fruit agreeable on taste
- in keeping
- conforming towards very own liking or thoughts or nature
- willing to agree or consent
- Pleasing, either on mind or sensory faculties; pleasing; grateful; as, agreeable ways or remarks; an agreeable individual; fruit agreeable into the taste.
- Willing; prepared to agree or consent.
- Agreeing or appropriate; conformable; correspondent; concordant; adapted; -- followed by to, hardly ever by with.
- In pursuance, conformity, or conformity; -- inside feeling used adverbially for agreeably; as, agreeable to your order associated with the day, your house used the report.
Jane Austen for wedding product; utilized usually as an adjective for eligible bachelors or females. Typically, pleasant individuals are both rich and appealing.
late 14c., "to 1's taste," from Old French agreable (12c., Modern French agr
(a.) Pleasing, either toward head or sensory faculties; pleasing; grateful; as, agreeable ways or remarks; an agreeable person; fresh fruit agreeable towards the style.
- (a.) Willing; prepared agree or consent.
- (a.) Agreeing or ideal; conformable; correspondent; concordant; adjusted; -- followed closely by to, hardly ever by with.
- (a.) In pursuance, conformity, or conformity; -- inside feeling used adverbially for agreeably; as, agreeable into the order of time, the home used the report.
The British resident, Major Burney, who had been appointed in 1830, finding his presence at Ava agreeable neither to the king nor to himself, removed in 1837 to Rangoon, and shortly afterwards retired from the country.