to one's liking; pleasing: agreeable manners; an agreeable sensation.
willing or ready to agree or consent: Are you agreeable to my plans for Saturday?
suitable; conformable (usually followed by to): practice agreeable to theory.

Origin of agreeable

1350–1400; Middle English agreable < Anglo-French. See agree, -able
Related formsa·gree·a·bil·i·ty, a·gree·a·ble·ness, nouna·gree·a·bly, adverb

Synonyms for agreeable Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for agreeableness

Contemporary Examples of agreeableness

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

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    The New Child-Testing Craze

    Po Bronson, Ashley Merryman

    February 17, 2010

Historical Examples of agreeableness

British Dictionary definitions for agreeableness



pleasing; pleasant
prepared to consent
(foll by to or with) in keeping; consistentsalaries agreeable with current trends
(foll by to) to one's likinghe said the terms were not agreeable to him
Derived Formsagreeableness, nounagreeably, adverb
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Word Origin and History for agreeableness



late 14c., "to one's liking," from Old French agreable (12c., Modern French agréable) "pleasing, in agreement, consenting, thankful," from agreer "to please" (see agree). Related: Agreeably.

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