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Definition of "goodnatured" [goodnatured]

  • Alternative spelling of good-natured. (adjective)

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Use "goodnatured" in a sentence
  • "The goodnatured Mole picked up a stick, formed his prisoners up in a line on the floor, gave them the order ` Quick march! 'and led his squad off to the upper floor."
  • "A poor lookout, thought Cadfael, shaking his head, for that small, sharp, dark creature, Cristina daughter of Tudur, if she required more of her husband than a goodnatured adolescent boy, willing to tolerate and accommodate her, but quite undisposed to love."
  • "The officer was a man of fifty or so, old enough to be tolerant of officious Benedictine brothers, goodnatured enough to comply with casual demands on some minutes of his time, where he had little work to do but watch others at work, and already gratified at being spared any further fighting over La Musarderie."