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am·i·ca·ble / ˈamikəbəl/ • adj. (of relations between people) having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement or rancor: there will be an amicable settlement of the dispute. DERIVATIVES: am·i·ca·bil·i·ty / ˌamikəˈbilitē/ n. am·i·ca·bly / -blē/ adv.

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amicable

amicable XV. — late L. amīcābilis, f. L. amīcus friend (rel. to amāre love); see -ABLE, AMIABLE.

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