Definition of cordiality in English:

cordiality

noun

  • See cordial

    • ‘I curled myself up in a little ball underneath one of the living room windows and cringed when I heard Luke greet my mother with cordiality.’
    • ‘Love cancels resentment, envy and jealousy and replaces them with kindness, forbearance and cordiality.’
    • ‘Many patients who consulted Jung have testified to the cordiality, warmth, and courtesy with which they were received.’
    • ‘Let them be filled with heartfelt warmth and cordiality.’
    • ‘But the mood was one of cordiality and personal warmth.’
    • ‘No one should confuse the current cordiality with a love fest.’

Pronunciation

cordiality

/kɔːdɪˈalɪti/