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genial

Anatomy of or relating to the chin
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genial

[′jēn·yəl]
(anatomy)
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He greeted her with high geniality and bade her come in and sit down and make herself comfortable.
With the closing of his notebook a new geniality had taken the place of his official stiffness.
Yes, my young friend," he added to the American reporter, with a sudden mood of amused geniality, "it may interest you to know that the world has swum through the poisonous current which swirls like the Gulf Stream through the ocean of ether.
The geniality in his lazy Western drawl reassured them.
He felt like a prince returned from excile, and his lonely heart burgeoned in the geniality in which it bathed.
Indeed he was more pedantic than I can represent him, and placed more scraps of Latin in his speech; but it was all uttered with a fine geniality of eye and manner which went far to conquer my distrust.
But Raymond came to wield more influence, in part because the older ones moved to Lebanon and mainly because of Raymond's acumen and geniality.
GEORGE Kabau's family remembers him as a dedicated professional with unflappable geniality, innate warmth, and remarkable resourcefulness.
'Please,' requested the admiral, 'read it for yourself.' Himmler, heir-in-waiting, read the wire pronouncing Donitz head of the Thousand Year Reich, paled, sat down, rose, bowed, then called into play his old-world formality and aloof geniality.
Jeff rock and rolled back time with his irresistible combination of genius and geniality.
Ross's direction doesn't steal the limelight from an engaging cast, who are clearly enjoying themselves and their geniality is infectious.