Definition of geniality in English:


Line breaks: geni|al¦ity
Pronunciation: /ˌdʒiːnɪˈalɪti


[mass noun]
The quality of having a friendly and cheerful manner; affability: he was endowed with geniality and good humour
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  • People still spoke of the startling geniality of its citizens and the rare peace of its neighbourhood.
  • An awareness of what really matters in life is why he is able to exhibit such geniality and good grace when dealing with the ferocious criticism that has come his way.
  • I doubt that anyone, even someone with the president's geniality and popularity could get much through the Senate these days.

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