amicable

Gregarious vs Amicable - What's the difference?

gregarious | amicable |


As adjectives the difference between gregarious and amicable

is that gregarious is (of a person) describing one who enjoys being in crowds and socializing while amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill.

Amicable vs Quick - What's the difference?

amicable | quick |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and quick

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while quick is moving with speed, rapidity or swiftness, or capable of doing so; rapid; fast.

As an adverb quick is

(colloquial) with speed, quickly.

As a noun quick is

raw or sensitive flesh, especially that underneath finger and toe nails.

As a verb quick is

to amalgamate surfaces prior to gilding or silvering by dipping them into a solution of mercury in nitric acid.

Amicable vs Compatible - What's the difference?

amicable | compatible |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and compatible

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while compatible is capable of easy interaction.

As a noun compatible is

something that is compatible with something else.

Amicable vs Peaceable - What's the difference?

amicable | peaceable |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and peaceable

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc).

Amicable vs Mobile - What's the difference?

amicable | mobile |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and mobile

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while mobile is capable of being moved.

As a noun mobile is

a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

Amenable vs Amicable - What's the difference?

amenable | amicable |


As adjectives the difference between amenable and amicable

is that amenable is willing to respond to persuasion or suggestions while amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill.

Amicable vs Friendship - What's the difference?

amicable | friendship |


As an adjective amicable

is showing friendliness or goodwill.

As a noun friendship is

(uncountable) the condition of being friends.

Amicable vs Friendly - What's the difference?

amicable | friendly |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and friendly

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while friendly is generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character.

As an adverb friendly is

in a friendly manner, like a friend.

As a noun friendly is

(sports) a game which is of no consequence in terms of ranking, betting etc.

Amicable vs Inamicable - What's the difference?

amicable | inamicable |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and inamicable

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while inamicable is not amicable; unfriendly or hostile.

Amicable vs Amical - What's the difference?

amicable | amical |


As adjectives the difference between amicable and amical

is that amicable is showing friendliness or goodwill while amical is friendly, amicable.

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