good-natured

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good-natured (comparative more good-natured, superlative most good-natured)

  1. Of or pertaining to an amicable, kindly disposition.
    • 1964 August, “Dr. B lights a pre-election fuse”, in Modern Railways, page 76:
      However, the immediate howls of outrage from the industry were in many cases less than good-natured.

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