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Definition of "cordiality" [cor•dial•i•ty]

  • The practice of being cordial. (noun)

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Use "cordiality" in a sentence
  • "Larsen had turned the liquor loose among his men surprised me, but he evidently knew their psychology and the best method of cementing in cordiality, what had begun in bloodshed."
  • "That Wolf Larsen had turned the liquor loose among his men surprised me, but he evidently knew their psychology and the best method of cementing in cordiality what had begun in bloodshed."
  • "Tossed aside in all the cordiality were the looming and tougher questions of future import: Vietnam and Asia, rumors of Soviet moves in Cuba, the budget, and the fall elections."