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Definition of "geniality" []

  • Cheerful, easy-going, and warm in manner or behaviour (adjective)
  • Pleasantly warm, so as to give life, growth, or health (adjective)
  • The quality of being genial (noun)

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Use "geniality" in a sentence
  • "German village, with the small earnings and spendings, the narrow sphere of life and experience, and the great vintage of geniality which is laid up from youth to age, and handed down with the old wine from father to son."
  • "Consideration was in it, and understanding, and that kind of geniality that offers itself on a plain business footing, a commercial heartiness that has no nonsense about it."
  • "I am sure every one in this room has been studying your personality whilst you talked, but somehow you do manage to create and spread and make everyone feel that atmosphere of kindheartedness and geniality which is you."