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Synonyms for hospitable

Synonyms for hospitable

characterized by kindness and warm, unaffected courtesy

Antonyms for hospitable

favorable to life and growth

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disposed to treat guests and strangers with cordiality and generosity

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having an open mind

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As a host you have a reasonability to be fair, to put on a good event and be hospitable to all the foreign nations here to compete," Ainslie said.
AN ORBITING spacecraft has discovered a key mineral in bedrock on the surface of Mars that suggests the planet might once have had an environment hospitable to life, scientists reported today.
Goddamn it's been years since I've been to North Carolina, but this mag's makin' it look damn good (especially Wilmington, where I know the locals are hospitable and festive).
I always enjoy visiting Dubai, it's an extremely hospitable place where the people and the tournament organisers treat the players so well," he said.
We are very supportive of the Governor and Gary Rose in their efforts to improve the sagging business climate in New Jersey and make our State more hospitable to business.
Rhode Island's tax system was considered the least hospitable to business, followed by Ohio, New Jersey, New York and Vermont.
A very special time of year, Ramadan with its entire generous and hospitable atmosphere will be reflected at the remarkable Ramadan venue of InterContinental Jordan.
Wisconsin has been hospitable to educational choice.
Hospitable customers offer Britain's tradespeople 3.
The environment for banks right now is not the most hospitable," says Joseph Gladue, an equity analyst with Cohen Bros.
Planets altered to be hospitable to people reflect the change brought to the Western deserts by irrigation.
The volunteers strive to map the best route to their goal, and to determine whether their chosen homestead is hospitable.
Vilhjalmur Stefansson, following the Chautauqua circle in 1920, depicted the Arctic as a friendly and hospitable place to those who learned how to live there.
Christians of all ages and circumstances have a moral mandate to be hospitable.
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