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men·tal

(men'tăl),
1. Relating to the mind.
2. Relating to the chin. Synonym(s): genial, genian

genial

/ge·ni·al/ (jĕ-ni´al) mental (2).

genial

(jĭ-nī′əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the chin.

genial

adjective
Anatomy Referring or pertaining to the chin.

Vox populi
Friendly, cheerful; pleasantly mild.

men·tal

(men'tăl)
1. Relating to the mind.
2. Relating to the chin.
Synonym(s): genial, genian.
[L. mens (ment-), mind]

genial

pertaining to the chin.
References in classic literature ?
It made a curious little scene, this attempt of the Cockney to convey the grace and geniality of the South.
It was to this expert that Paul, emboldened by the geniality of the artist's manner, went for information.
Not a bit of it," replied young Medlicott, with a grim geniality.
It was characteristic of him to display geniality with anyone who showed a disinclination to meet him, and the coolness of my greeting can have left him in little doubt of that.
he asked with that affectation of military bluntness and geniality with which he always addressed the soldiers.
With the closing of his notebook a new geniality had taken the place of his official stiffness.
Yes, my young friend," he added to the American reporter, with a sudden mood of amused geniality, "it may interest you to know that the world has swum through the poisonous current which swirls like the Gulf Stream through the ocean of ether.
The geniality in his lazy Western drawl reassured them.
Nor was affection any part of him, nor was geniality.
He felt like a prince returned from excile, and his lonely heart burgeoned in the geniality in which it bathed.
This, as Michael, encouraged by the unmistakable geniality and kindness in the voice, wriggled his whole body and thumped double knocks of delight with his tail.
The geniality of which they were provocative was marvellous.