noun[mass noun] • formal
- Friendly relations: the presence of French troops in Scotland had produced hostility rather than amityMore example sentences
- He urged the youth of the sub-continent to pull down the walls of hatred and build a neighborhood of peace, amity and friendship.
- What cordial relations of amity or commerce are possible under such conditions?
- And I noticed this morning that the New South Wales Premier was talking about cooperation and amity and harmony and love and peace.
late Middle English: from Old French amitie, based on Latin amicus 'friend'.