View synonyms for agreeableness


[ uh-gree-uh-buhl-nis ]


  1. the state or condition of being pleasing or likeable:

    He was generally liked for his agreeableness, good manners, and excellent spirits.

    A well-trained staff saw to the agreeableness of our accommodations.

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Similarly, conscientiousness and agreeableness scores also declined among middle-aged adults in 2021 and early 2022, but the drop wasn’t nearly as steep as the one observed among young adults.

These traits include openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, and emotional stability.

In other words, I think grit is trait-like in the same way that extroversion or agreeableness or open-mindedness might be trait-like, in that people carry this tendency with them in life.

In kindergarten, agreeableness is indeed an asset—and the extroverts are the good students.

That may be; but where you find one handsomer face than his, you see a thousand destitute of its intelligence and agreeableness.

He reveals every day some new trait of interest or agreeableness.

By their beauty and their agreeableness they charmed Burns, and did much to make his visit delightful.

For agreeableness of conversation there is nothing in New York at all comparable to our institution.

It is true, also, that Thackeray approached "society" rather to satirize it than to set forth its agreeableness.