- 1pleasing or pleasant
- 2willing to agree with others or to do what they want
Using agreeable: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "agreeable" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
The weather was very agreeable for a picnic.
She has an agreeable personality and is easy to get along with.
He was agreeable to our proposal.
The hotel staff were very agreeable and helpful.
agreeable Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with agreeable
We don't see eye to eye on this issue, so let's just agree to disagree.
The fabric was soft and agreeable to the touch.
The bonus in my paycheck was an agreeable surprise.
Origins of agreeable
from Old French 'agreer', meaning 'to receive kindly'
Summary: agreeable in Brief
The term 'agreeable' [əˈɡriːəbl] describes something that is pleasing or pleasant, such as 'The weather was very agreeable for a picnic.' It can also describe a person who is willing to agree with others or to do what they want, exemplified by 'She has an agreeable personality and is easy to get along with.' The phrase 'agree to disagree' acknowledges differing opinions and suggests ending an argument. 'Agreeable' extends into phrases like 'agreeable to the touch,' denoting pleasing texture, and 'agreeable surprise,' indicating a pleasant or welcome surprise.