Definition of amicably
OTHER WORDS FROM amicablyun·am·i·ca·bly, adverb
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A spokesperson for the tech founder has acknowledged that a married Gates was involved in an office romance at Microsoft, telling the Wall Street Journal there “was an affair almost 20 years ago which ended amicably.”A flowchart for founders (or anyone else) trying to pursue an office romance|Amanda Shendruk|May 18, 2021|Quartz
If part of the relationship is eroded, the romance, the passion, the collective adventure, then a lot of couples take that as a time to end the relationship amicably.Why Would a Long-Term Couple Like Bill and Melinda Gates Get Divorced? Here's What Marriage Therapists Say|Belinda Luscombe|May 4, 2021|Time
Epstein’s lawyers have told a Florida court that their romantic relationship ended amicably in 2000 but they remained friends.Ghislaine Maxwell deposition portrays her as combative, loyal defender of sex offender Epstein|Rosalind Helderman, Shayna Jacobs, Beth Reinhard, Devlin Barrett|October 22, 2020|Washington Post
DM: I think the only thing I can really say on this is that we settled our differences amicably.What Comes After the Medal of Honor: An Interview with Dakota Meyer|Brian Van Reet|May 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
An SCA statement today said the dispute had been "amicably resolved".
By the gate, the police and I chatted amicably, the homeland-security guy listening in but not saying much.
Bungie split amicably from Microsoft after the launch of Halo 3, with the larger company retaining all intellectual property.David Fincher and Conan O’Brien: Halo 4’s Secret Weapons|Alex Klein|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Moore married Bruce Willis in 1987, and the couple had the three daughters before splitting amicably in 2000.Demi Moore’s Downward Spiral Since Her Split From Ashton Kutcher|Marlow Stern|July 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The women of the tribe lived amicably enough together as a rule, but of course they had their differences.The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont|Louis de Rougemont
Greuze alone treated him amicably, and even he held out no hopes for his future.
He spent the time from spring to autumn of 1825 in London, where he consorted amicably with all the artists of the day.
There was no ill-will on his part, and he continued to dine amicably with King.Mary Wollstonecraft|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
The quarrel between the king and the archbishop was amicably settled.The Cathedral Church of Canterbury [2nd ed.].|Hartley Withers