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good-natured

Of or having a kindly, affable, beneficent, and/or obliging propensity, inclination, or personality. Mark is so good-natured, always willing to lend a hand no matter what the task. We're always looking for good-natured individuals to act as mentors to our students with learning disabilities.
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118) At the univariate level, there was an effect of target status on participants' perceptions of the target's competitiveness, confidence, intelligence, warmth, good-naturedness, and honesty.
During the meeting, HRH the Prime Minister emphasized the Government's support to every effort aimed to make the Kingdom a platform and hub for humanitarian and voluntary work as the Kingdom is convinced that success is assured for such efforts in view of the inclination of Bahraini people on humanitarian and voluntary work by virtue of their good-naturedness, Islamic values and good traditions and norms.
It could have been annoying, as was the early razzle-dazzle camera work, but after a while the good-naturedness of the night prevailed.
Lister clearly loves Larkhill Bullet, who is built like a tank, both for his talent on the track and his good-naturedness.
The American already had a seven-minute advantage when he and a group of other riders enjoyed a quiet glass en route from Melun to Paris yesterday and their smiling imbibing reflected the good-naturedness of the final day's racing.
He's perhaps a little less dynamic than most but possesses the essential good-naturedness and good-heartedness of the Brummie stereotype.
He can only have been heartened by the good-naturedness of the managers towards owners in general, although one did pointedly remark: "If Peter Savill's having a tough time, what chance have I?