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Pleasant and cheerful.‘I had the feeling that my entrance had spoiled the gemütlich atmosphere’
friendly, agreeable, amiable, affable, nice, genial, likeable, amicable, lovely, good-humoured, personable, congenial, hospitable, approachable, good-natured, companionableView synonyms
- ‘There is a gemütlich quality to this moral vision, a hint of pipe-and-slippers.’
- ‘Despite the ‘noise,’ I found this a perfect place for our meeting, pleasant, gemütlich and inspiring.’
- ‘The Saxons are gemütlich and welcoming to visitors, so the cliche runs (as, to be fair, does my experience of them).’
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