Definition of Simpatico

1. Adjective. Having a compatible temperament ¹



2. Adjective. Having pleasing qualities ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Simpatico

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simpatico

simonize
simonized
simonizes
simonizing
simonkolleite
simony
simoom
simooms
simoon
simoons
simorg
simorgs
simp
simpai
simpais
simpatico (current term)
simper
simpered
simperer
simperers
simpering
simperingly
simpers
simpkin
simpkins
simple
simple(a)
simple-central anisocoria
simple-hearted
simple-minded

Literary usage of Simpatico

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1. Life and Public Services of Charles Sumner by Charles Edwards Lester (1874)
"so well call simpatico—his dress ? well, he was so well dressed I don't remember what he had on. His acquaintance is a real acquisition in the dreadful ..."

2. Prowling about Panama by George Amos Miller (1919)
"A man is simpatico when he is gracious and open-hearted and likable and ... There ought to be a course in simpatico for every prospective missionary and ..."

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