Terms in this set (9)
adj. easy to talk to; easy to approach, friendly; kind; amiable
The Summoner's physical appearance was far from being affable to children.
adj. friendly, kind
The Chaucer viewed the Plowman as an amiable, honest man.
adj. showing goodwill; peaceable
(3) The amicable Knight returned from his service: He was revered by Chaucer for his achievement.
adj. compatible; having kindred needs or tastes; sympathetic
The congenial man, known for his wise personality in the Canterbury Tales is Franklin.
adj. sociable, outgoing in a festive way, especially when pertaining to eating and drinking; fond of good company
(3) The Host of the Canterbury Tales was a convivial man: He planned to accompany their trip without any hesitation.
adj. warm and friendly; amiable
(3) The Pardoner had a cordial voice: His voice allured people to give him money.
adj. sociable, outgoing
The Squire illustrates his gregarious personality through his gentleman-like behavior.
adj. liking to be with people, joke around with them and have fun
The jocular Host demonstrated his interest in speaking with the pilgrims with his jest.
n. lightheartedness; gaiety; carefree disposition, particularly when not appropriate
The Oxford Cleric needs levity in his passion towards education.
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