Good humour is a very agreeable companion for an afternoon; but give me good nature for life.
You seek but the peace of good nature and cheerful countenances.
Not that he underrated her good nature or was insensible to her personal attractions.
"So I should think," remarked Dorothy, beginning to recover her good nature.
I've regained my good nature, which is lucky for you, but you'll have to give an account of yourself.
If we might impose,' I says, 'upon your good nature to the extent of—'
This was too much for the good nature even of Aunt Emmeline.
The men hailed Sam with at least the appearance of good nature.
They are natural to the very verge of indifference; but above all their qualities stands pre-eminent their good nature.
It was perhaps on account of this good nature that Blackwell made a mistake.