noun, plural cor·dial·i·ties for 2.
Examples from the Web for cordiality
The great drawback to the efficiency of the army was the want of cordiality between Gates and Arnold.Burgoyne's Invasion of 1777|Samuel Adams Drake
Immediately on learning that I was in the city, he came to visit me, and we embraced with cordiality.
There seems to be a cordiality in making these junctions, for general accommodation, that cannot but deserve praise.
My informant states that there was not that cordiality between them he would have wished to see at Carthagena.Cornish Worthies, Volume 2 (of 2)|Walter H. Tregellas
Piper, with a Western taste for convenience and cordiality, had adopted this mode of referring to Scofield.True and Other Stories|George Parsons Lathrop