friendly disposition

See: goodwill
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Young Powell, a little shy notwithstanding the friendly disposition of the other, answered him smilingly, aware somehow that there was something marked in this inquisitiveness, natural, after all-- something anxious.
Much impressed by this family circumstance, and also by the friendly disposition of Mr Wegg, as exemplified in his so soon dropping into poetry, Mr Boffin again shook hands with that ligneous sharper, and besought him to name his hour.
in Bernadette Edgar, 75, from Washington, said: "It's important to have a happy, friendly disposition in life.
This is to ensure the dog is in good health and has a friendly disposition when he mixes with other dogs," said Abraham Mornay, General Manager at Cloud 9.
If properly reared and trained and Cody was, it will not see humans as predators, but instead will adopt a friendly disposition.
She's probably got the most friendly disposition towards the BJP and Modi," Agrawal said.
All they really needed was some patience, a friendly disposition and most importantly a true service attitude and they could cope with whatever we threw at them, from a sick and grumpy business guest, to a friendly backpacker with a unregistered booking for a fully booked hotel.
Perhaps even more importantly, the expert nurses have utilized their skill to build a truly knowledgeable staff that is trained to effectively handle the medical needs of seniors, while always maintaining a warm and friendly disposition.
More than likely, though, Chef Olvera has always had a friendly disposition.
But beneath the gentle and friendly disposition that he flaunts lurks an intrepid sportsman.
Most of the new Libyan leadership is made up of people who have a friendly disposition toward the West, and foreign investment in general.
Norman made appearances at the shop, and was famed for his pipe smoking and friendly disposition.