Amiably and Well


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Amiably adverb – In an affable manner.
Well and amiably are semantically related in willingly topic. In some cases you can use "Well" instead an adverb "Amiably".
Nearby Words: amiable, amiability
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Well adverb – In a generous manner.
Usage example: a warm and gracious host who always treats guests well

Amiably and well are semantically related in harmoniously topic. You can use "Amiably" instead an adverb "Well".
Nearby Word: welled
Synonyms for Well

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  • Series / Kings He's played by Brian Cox, chats amiably with Silas, gives him advice on kinging, and shows real depth of humanity at one point... as well as a severe lack of it at others.
  • They get along fairly well, there's a brief Love Triangle with Tom's original girlfriend/Daria's best friend Jane, they hook up in the end when it's resolved — and they break their relationship amiably in the end, since they simply had different interests in life.
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