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men·tal

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

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]
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As part of the initiative, the bank's team visited the elderly at Ihsan and shared Iftar with them in an "atmosphere of amity and geniality".
He was nicknamed Hamish Goodwill; such was his enthusiasm and geniality with a touch of Bohemian eccentricity.
A spell working for the Department of Employment, Caernarfon, was the prelude to a 30-year career with NFU Cymru, where he won plaudits for his geniality and quickly gained the trust of his clients.
"The crisp geniality of progressive bluegrass and the polished heartache of modern country both have a home in WPA," The New York Times wrote in its Aug.
It all translates into Gemutlichkeit, Swiss for geniality, hospitality, kindness and a good time for all.
He said: "The geniality afficionados in my family have helped prove Ireland was just a setting off point of the last man they had records for.
In the end, what is sacrificed in geniality is more than made up in clarity and conciseness.
Marshall emerges the winner, using his "geniality" to maintain good relations with other justices while advancing the role of a strong Supreme Court exercising the power of judicial review.
Berry's immediate co-stars are especially good, and contribute mightily to the strange combination of geniality and menace that pervades the picture.
One of the authors is a descendent of the pitcher, and at times the work can feel too celebratory, the anecdotes of Brown's mentoring, geniality, and generosity too earnest.
People born in the Year of the Pig are marked by their warmth and geniality. Because they like a comfortable lifestyle and are prepared to work very hard to achieve this, they are the most industrious of the Chinese zodiac signs.
"De Botton is high falutin' but user friendly--his trick, a la Oprah, is to throw in a feel-good twist, though his relentless geniality gets to be a bit much." MATTHEW PRICE