convivial [kuhn-viv-ee-uhl ]
The word of the day is ‘convivial’.
The word is an adjective, i.e., it adds more information about the noun or sentence.
No, the word is an adjective. Therefore, it does not have a past form.
2. Friendly, lively, and enjoyable
3. Cheerful and friendly
1. Hindi – Khushanuma
2. Spanish – Alegre
3. French – Convivial
4. Mandarin – Huānlè de
1. Be friendly, genial, convivial—what you will—but preserve the tone and bearing of a gentleman.
2. Nothing is too strange, nothing too ridiculous, nothing too convivial, nothing too daring for Paddy.
3. I have participated in convivial scenes more than once in Boston.
4. I suspect him of being an orator of repute at convivial meetings.
5. In familiar or convivial conversation, it does not appear that he excelled.
Some synonyms of today’s word are:
cheerful, clubby, festive, genial, hearty, jolly, jovial, lively, pleasant, sociable, back-slapping, companionable, conversible, entertaining, festal, friendly, gay, happy, hilarious, holiday, jocund, merry, mirthful, vivacious, friendly, affable, amiable, congenial, agreeable, good-humoured, cordial, warm, outgoing, gregarious, clubbable, merry, enjoyable, couthy, chummy, pally, matey, buddy-buddy etc.
apathetic, depressed, gloomy, lethargic, sad, unfriendly, unhappy, blah, dull, serious, solemn, staid, unsociable
I didn’t like filtering the story through me, saying, ‘Reader, you’ll be safe with me. While it gets a little dangerous, it’ll be okay because, after all, you’re with me, because I’m a warm convivial voice. But let’s be entertained by this horrible stuff.’ I didn’t like that.Michael Winter
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