(adv.) In an agreeably manner; in a manner to give pleasure; pleasingly.
(adv.) In accordance; suitably; consistently; conformably; -- followed by to and rarely by with. See Agreeable, 4.
(adv.) Alike; similarly.
(1) A series of hierarchical multiple regressions revealed the effects of Surgency, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, and Intellect on evoking upset in spouses through condescension (e.g., treating spouse as stupid or inferior), possessiveness (demanding too much time and attention), abuse (slapping spouse), unfaithfulness (having sex with others), inconsiderateness (leaving toilet seat up), moodiness (crying a lot), alcohol abuse (drinking too much alcohol), emotional constriction (hiding emotions to act tough), and self-centeredness (acting selfishly).
(2) Others in more agreeable confines should take this opportunity to load up on trans-fats and get set for what should be a cracker.
(3) Results indicated that the FFM personality dimensions of Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Agreeableness were most apparent in the DSM-III-R conceptualizations of the personality disorders.
(4) Although the oral environment with high humidity and high temperature was not agreeable for the sensors, resolution was estimated at better than 3 microns including the effects of system drift.
(5) They notably need, in agreement with the Institutions, to: carry out ambitious pension reforms and specify policies to fully compensate for the fiscal impact of the Constitutional Court ruling on the 2012 pension reform and to implement the zero deficit clause or mutually agreeable alternative measures by October 2015; adopt more ambitious product market reforms with a clear timetable for implementation of all OECD toolkit I recommendations, including Sunday trade, sales periods, pharmacy ownership, milk and bakeries, except over-the-counter pharmaceutical products, which will be implemented in a next step, as well as for the opening of macro-critical closed professions (e.g.
(6) PUVA is an effective and agreeable therapy for recalcitrant psoriasis.
(7) For instance, Joe Orton's plays could never be performed again, as the diaries published after his death are explicit about why he found Tangiers in the 1960s such an agreeable location for vacations.
(8) The gently undulating headlands are covered in a blanket of long grass, making picnicking and sunbathing agreeable throughout the day.
(9) The difference toward lower agreeableness was not significant when controlling for multiple comparisons.
(10) Both schizophrenics and personality disordered patients were significantly less agreeable in childhood than their respective controls.
(11) Agreeableness This personality dimension includes attributes such as trust, altruism, kindness, affection and other pro-social behaviours.
(12) Producing sufficient analgesia and having, all told, comparable side-effects, this method was experienced by all patients as being more agreeable than the previously used oral mode of application.
(13) The minister is agreeable to discuss other matters,” she said.
(14) Crucially, and here no one would have missed the significance, "the president invited Narendra Modi to visit Washington at a mutually agreeable time to further strengthen our bilateral relationship," said a government spokesperson.
(15) They perch temporarily in Britain because it has both a hyper-relaxed attitude to "wealth generation" and is a very agreeable place to live – you even get invited to Tory fundraising events.
(16) Slow recoveries can be monitored for even longer if agreeable with the patient.
(17) In the evaluation of the correlation between standardized uric acid level and the YG 12 personality traits, significant correlation was observed in "Lack of agreeableness" and "Rhathymia".
(18) A 444leucine to proline mutation detected by a NciI polymorphism in the human glucocerebrosidase gene was studied to investigate the correlation of the three clinical phenotypes of Gaucher disease with this mutation in 11 Japanese patients with Gaucher disease (type I, 8 patients; type II, 1 patient; type III, 2 patients) and to determine the feasibility of the use of genomic probe DNA for carrier detection and prenatal diagnosis in 8 Japanese families with Gaucher disease and agreeable to family study (type I, 6 families; type III, 2 families).
(19) The photodamage on cells was also studied with 3 T 3 mouse cells (conversion), showing agreeable results to that with liver cancer cells, which suggests that ALSPC's photocytotoxic effect is nonselective to cell types.
(20) The AWA is a short little statute, giving federal courts the power to “issue all writs necessary or appropriate in aid of their respective jurisdictions and agreeable to the usages and principles of law.” The FBI argues that the AWA empowers a court to order Apple to create custom software to circumvent the security on an iPhone possessed by one of the San Bernadino shooting suspects.
(adv.) In a pleasant manner.
(1) Facial expression, EEG, and self-report of subjective emotional experience were recorded while subjects individually watched both pleasant and unpleasant films.
(2) Subjects also rated the pleasantness of 29 foods listed on a questionnaire.
(3) Bloody odd combination but those Orange Foam Headphones would blast those magnificent records into my developing brain over and over again" chernypyos – Björk's Human Behavior and Sinead O'Connor's Fire On Babylon: "bjork's 'human behavior' and sinead o'connor's "fire on babylon" oddly stick in my head from that one evening walking in the woods, breathing the damp air, and feeling pleasantly invisible" Pyromancer – REM – Automatic for the People Blood Sugar Sex Magic Pearl Jam - Vs RATM's first album Portishead Maxinquaye by Tricky Manic Street Preachers – Gold Against the Soul Smashing Pumpkins, Siamese Dream "I used to go to the local library and take out a CD (50p for 3 weeks!
(4) It is pleasant walking, full of character and constantly changing views.
(5) At the end of the experiment, the concentration of salt in soup rated as tasting most pleasant increased in the group which added the crystalline salt to food.
(6) Some of the choices involved will not be pleasant ones.
(7) When my floor was dirty, I rose early, and, setting all my furniture out of doors on the grass, bed and bedstead making but one budget, dashed water on the floor, and sprinkled white sand from the pond on it, and then with a broom scrubbed it clean and white... Further - and this is a stroke of his sensitive, pawky genius - he contemplates his momentarily displaced furniture and the nuance of enchanting strangeness: It was pleasant to see my whole household effects out on the grass, making a little pile like a gypsy's pack, and my three-legged table, from which I did not remove the books and pen and ink, standing amid the pines and hickories ...
(8) He said Watts was a “pleasant lady” but described Wright as a “cold fish Craig”.
(9) Nearby there is a pleasant park with tables and a barbecue.
(10) In sensory-specific satiety, the pleasantness of the sight or taste of a food becomes less after it is eaten to satiety, whereas the pleasantness of the sight or taste of other foods which have not been eaten is much less changed; correspondingly, food intake is greater if foods which have not already been eaten to satiety are offered.
(11) The house she walks back to, and in which she and her husband, Geoff, live, is pleasantly unexceptional.
(12) Patients with Down's syndrome usually have mild and pleasant temperaments, rarely exhibiting temper tantrums or behavioral problems.
(13) One month later the subjects underwent a second recognition test, at the end of which they were required to give an evaluation of the pleasantness of each odour on a nine-point scale.
(14) The wipes were found to be pleasant and convenient to use.
(15) I am always pleasantly amazed by how the city continues to be improved.
(16) "The reality is that we've got a situation where the Conservative party is being run almost as if it's an exclusive coterie, and it's an exclusive coterie on the left of centre of the Conservative spectrum, allied with the Liberal Democrats who are, I think, much more pleasant to associate with from their point of view," he said.
(17) Branagh, who received his fifth Oscar nomination (all, incidentally, have been in different categories) declared himself "absolutely thrilled", adding: "It was such an enjoyable experience to make, and this is a very pleasant outcome."
(18) 205 subjects each chose a "most pleasant" sound delivered through an earphone by turning the control knob on a continuously variable audio oscillator.
(19) To determine the contribution of sensory stimulation to the changing hedonic response to foods, the effects of consuming very low-calorie and higher calorie versions of soup and jello on the subjective pleasantness of foods were compared.
(20) The motive seemed to be removal from prison to the fairly pleasant surroundings of the local hospital.