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agreeable (adj.)

late 14c., of things, "to one's liking, pleasant, satisfactory, suitable," from Old French agreable "pleasing; in agreement; consenting" (12c., Modern French agréable), from agreer "to satisfy; to take pleasure in" (see agree). Of persons, "willing or ready to consent," mid-15c. Related: Agreeably; agreeability; agreeableness. To do the agreeable (1825) was to "act in a courteous manner."

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Definitions of agreeable from WordNet

agreeable (adj.)
conforming to your own liking or feelings or nature; "My idea of an agreeable person...is a person who agrees with me"- Disraeli;
an agreeable manner
Is the plan agreeable to you?
he's an agreeable fellow
agreeable (adj.)
in keeping;
salaries agreeable with current trends
agreeable (adj.)
prepared to agree or consent;
agreeable to the plan
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