1. A positive adjective describing someone who is very easy to get along with.
2. A compliment for when you can't think of anything nice to say about a person, but still want them to feel good about themselves.
3. A smart-sounding word for nice.
Girl 1: Emily, everyone likes you; You're so amicable.
Emily: How dare you insult me!
Girl 1: That was a compliment, Em.
Emily: Oh. .... Okay, then.
by sibyl-in-black November 8, 2006
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1. characterized by friendliness and or good will.

2. One who is friendly and open to conversation.
I am sure we can reach an agreement. Our talks thus far have been very amicable.

Don't worry, she's very amicable, I'm sure you will get along fine.
by thefirstten October 4, 2011
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Amication is definitely a word, meaning the process of making a friend, and I'll prove it to you by getting it published in a dictionary.
by Ah PA January 3, 2010
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Alice:Laura is so amicable

Winter:Yeah so friendly
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a wordy way of saying 'friendly gesture'
I didn't give you the finger. From far away it might have seemed that way, but it was an amicable gesticulation.
by arnie wonder September 3, 2007
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