agreeable

[uh-gree-uh-buhl]
adjective
1.
to one's liking; pleasing: agreeable manners; an agreeable sensation.
2.
willing or ready to agree or consent: Are you agreeable to my plans for Saturday?
3.
suitable; conformable (usually followed by to ): practice agreeable to theory.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English agreable < Anglo-French. See agree, -able

agreeability, agreeableness, noun
agreeably, adverb


1. pleasant, likable, accommodating, gracious, amiable. 3. compatible, harmonious.
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agreeable (əˈɡrɪəbəl)
 
adj (foll by to or with)
1.  pleasing; pleasant
2.  prepared to consent
3.  in keeping; consistent: salaries agreeable with current trends
4.  (foll by to) to one's liking: he said the terms were not agreeable to him
 
a'greeableness
 
n
 
a'greeably
 
adv

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agreeable
late 14c., "to one's liking," from O.Fr. agreable (Mod.Fr. agréable) "capable of pleasing," from agreer "to please" (see agree).
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Example sentences
When he is not delivering sententious commonplaces or indulging in heavy
  whimsy, he makes an agreeable guide.
All this fuss suggests, not that bosses are growing more horrible, but that
  employees expect them to be more agreeable.
Study subjects who expressed a preference for sweet over savory tastes also
  tended to be more agreeable.
Their motivation seems to be a lack of having a motivation, and a contempt for
  anything that isn't agreeable with their agenda.
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