As for Romney, Johnson describes the former Massachusetts governor as "terrific," "cordial," and "very gracious."
The email exchanges started out as cordial, if cold, but gradually grew more confrontational.
“We agreed that we would say we had a cordial conversation,” she says of the half-hour meeting.
Despite any partisan enmities, the two top politicos maintained a cordial relationship.
The 2008 Republican presidential nominee and longtime Arizona senator has long had a cordial relationship with Hillary Clinton.
Terrible sayings with which was mingled a sort of cordial joviality.
What even denied a cordial at his end, Banished the doctor, and expelled the friend?
And you may rest assured of our most cordial cooperation so far as it may become necessary in this pursuit.
It would be a cordial to Sophia to hear this, and a great relief to Mr Grey.
They lived in the most cordial intimacy, having understood and appreciated each other from the first.
late 14c., "of the heart," from Middle French cordial, from Medieval Latin cordialis "of or for the heart," from Latin cor (genitive cordis) "heart" (see heart). Meaning "heartfelt, from the heart" is mid-15c. The noun is late 14c., originally "medicine, food, or drink that stimulates the heart." Related: Cordiality.