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This or That?

‘amiable’ or ‘amicable’?

Amiable means agreeable or friendly.

Example:

They were engaged in an amiable conversation.

Amicable means marked by goodwill or peaceable.

Example:

We were relieved when they reached an amicable agreement.

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