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cor·dial

(kōr'jŭl),
A sweet aromatic liquor.
[Mediev. L. cordialis, fr. cor (cord-), heart]
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No malice," I answered, with all possible cordiality on my side.
Anna Pavlovna had met Kitty with affected cordiality, and had kept continual watch on her and on her husband.
I always avoid her company as much as I can without violating the laws of hospitality; but when we do speak or converse together, it is with the utmost civility, even apparent cordiality on her part; but preserve me from such cordiality
The beginning, however, of every visit displayed none but the properest feelings, and this being of necessity so short might be hoped to pass away in unsullied cordiality.
I was startled, I confess, by the alteration in his manners this morning;--he did not speak like himself, and did not return your kindness with any cordiality.
Welcoming the Foreign Minister and her delegation to Pakistan, Sartaj Aziz noted that relations between Pakistan and the Maldives were marked by cordiality, mutual respect and commonality of interests.
Srinagar -- In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, has said that the Kashmiris have always been desirous of cordial relations between Pakistan and India, but cordiality may not last long unless the long pending and the most contentious issue of Kashmir is addressed as per the aspirations of the Kashmiri people.
The meeting was marked by usual warmth and cordiality.
President Erdogan has come to Pakistan this time as a Champion of Democracy after his government with support of Turkish people thwarted attempt of a coup and received warmth and cordiality in Pakistan," Hilali explained.
Jiwei Lou said the warmth and cordiality that the whole Pakistani nation extended to the Chinese President during his visit reflected the true spirit and depth of friendly relations between the two countries.
In the law between states, there is one set of rules that are never broken; even in the times of war; diplomatic norms and cordiality towards diplomats are observed.
The two leaders emphasized that Pak-Nepal relations were characterized by cordiality, mutual respect and commonality of interests.