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[ney-cherd] /ˈneɪ tʃərd/
having a temperament of a particular kind (usually used in combination):
good-natured. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Connor is also normally a good-natured guy who is good friends with everyone on the team.
  • They say she is a really good and sweet natured dog.
  • Such comparisons led to occasional good-natured clashes.
  • He said he thought that nature was basically amiable-good-natured.
  • They are good-natured, co-operative creatures, and they share their food readily.
  • Playing with words indeed, and a good-natured game of one snob openly trying to out-snob another.
  • Hungry for any contact with the outside world, a good-natured crowd soon formed, laughing and grabbing for the pamphlets.
  • There was a bit of booing, but the feel was overwhelmingly good-natured and calm.
  • Yet they were not an ill-natured lot, rather the reverse.
  • The contest is good-natured, but the feds who get caught are generally ones who don't mind getting caught.

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