bonhomie


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Synonyms for bonhomie

Synonyms for bonhomie

a disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to)

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The aim of the Expedition is to foster force to force connection with border guarding forces of Bangladesh, Myanmar and India, besides bringing bonhomie between the three nations as well as the role in ensuring the security and stability in the North East region.
TENSIONS are running high in the I'm A Celebrity camp with even Joey Essex's unfailing bonhomie beginning to grate.
The dreadful attempted bonhomie of the M-to-Go shops promotion sounds like it's being read off a card from a supermarket check-out.
He radiates a ramshackle bonhomie that anyone familiar with the company''s work over the years will appreciate.
I, along with numerous other racegoers nearby, was delighted with the warmth and bonhomie created by these short, yet highly meaningful gestures.
He can do more than all this jaunty, Northern Irish bonhomie stuff.
``The judges felt that not only did Mr Dobson have a magnificent organic beard, but that his famous mixture of bonhomie and grumpiness was just right for a real Santa,'' said Mr Flett.
A SLICK musical tribute to hit-maker Cole Porter is played out with well- honed bonhomie by the cast.
Jinty's, in Glasgow's West End, is an Irish pub, as opposed to an Irish theme pub, which excudes genuine, as opposed to manufactured, celtic bonhomie, and it's hard for the staff not get caught up in its social life.
Meanwhile, Hoagland had been making stabs at locker-room bonhomie. A staffer noticed that when Rep.
Summary: Mumbai [India], Aug 13 (ANI): Spiritual leader Dalai Lama and Baba Ramdev on Sunday oozed bonhomie and displayed their friendship for the world to see on the stage of the World Peace and Harmony Conclave here today.
But the bonhomie of the two opposition heavyweights has now left the ruling Congress, Siddaramaiah, worried in the southern state.
Is your Christmas a perfect bonanza of bonhomie and family togetherness, or does the turkey dinner disintegrate into a battleground before the first cracker has been pulled?
The atmosphere was one of overwhelming warmth and bonhomie; I felt like Bertie Wooster.
The Irish country star is all wholesome good looks and cheerful bonhomie and if any of you young women were to ever take him home you'd make your dear old mothers extremely happy.