good-naturedness


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Synonyms for good-naturedness

a cheerful willingness to be obliging

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On items measuring the exoneree's confidence, good-naturedness, warmth, tolerance, honesty, competitiveness, and intelligence, scales measuring desired personal and family closeness, and scales measuring the exoneree's criminality, on average, the exoneree was rated near the mid-point of the measure.
Then again, you might expect such good-naturedness from a skater sponsored by a cookie store.
All the staff at the Royal deserve a note of credit for their good-naturedness and kindness in getting on with difficult jobs and lousy hours.
That good-naturedness has made him an easy fit in a foreign environment.
Still, game perfs, nice use of locations and project's overall good-naturedness make "Slow Jam King" pleasant, if not quite in the Christopher Guest comedy league it aspires toward.
Surely ours is a unique sport in which the partici-pants show such a high level of courtesy and good-naturedness to young admirers.
There is a lack of appreciation here of the good-naturedness of the humour Hoffmann directs against these 'philistines', who inhabit a world that has its charms as well as its shortcomings The fact that the secondary characters are one dimensional, as Roder's judgements imply, is one of the factors which renders this text second rate in comparison with, for example, Der goldne Topf.
The American already had a seven-minute advantage when he and a group of other riders enjoyed a quiet glass en route from Melun to Paris, and their smiling imbibing reflected the good-naturedness of the final day's racing.
The American already had a seven-minute advantage when he and a group of other riders enjoyed a quiet glass en route from Melun to Paris yesterday, and their smiling imbibing reflected the good-naturedness of the final day's racing.