[goo d-ney-cherd] /ˈgʊdˈneɪ tʃərd/

having or showing a pleasant, kindly disposition; amiable:
a warm, good-natured person.
of a tolerant and kindly disposition

1570s, from good (adj.) + nature. Good nature “pleasing or kind disposition” is from mid-15c. Related: Good-naturedly.


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