congenial or like-minded; likable: I find our new neighbor simpatico in every respect.
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How to use simpatico in a sentence
Sure, things were simpatico at first but it didn’t take long for Corey to sense Broome’s insecurities, or to start pummeling Broome, or to humiliate him.
The barraca managers and ambulantes are simpatico in their daylong quest to pocket gobs of hard-earned money.The Girl From Ipanema Is Not Alone: Rio’s Famous Beach Is A Rich, Cultural Kaleidoscope | Brandon Presser | June 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Indeed, Don is similarly simpatico with commanding women such as Rachel Menken and Bobbie Barrett.
Cameron is young and charming, and on several previous meetings, he and Obama were very simpatico.
You and Letterman are so funny together but, like George C. Scott, one wouldn't think of the two of you as simpatico.
Nobody could say that any form of spider is precisely what our Italian friends prettily describe in their liquid way as simpatico.Science in Arcady | Grant Allen
Yes, she agreed, Nuoro was a nice place—simpatico, molto simpatico.Sea and Sardinia | D. H. Lawrence
In the Italian phrase the whole place was simpatico; it repeated and crooned over to every one the mood in which he came to it.Daisy's Aunt | E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson
I will ask nobody whom you do not like—who is not thoroughly simpatico.Phantom Fortune, A Novel | M. E. Braddon
British Dictionary definitions for simpatico
pleasant or congenial
of similar mind or temperament; compatible
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