Definition of Good nature
1. Noun. A cheerful, obliging disposition.
Specialized synonyms: Good Will, Goodwill, Grace, Forbearance, Longanimity, Patience, Easygoingness, Risibility
Antonyms: Ill Nature
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Literary usage of Good nature
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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"His contemporaries all agree in acknowledging that he was the soul of affability and sprightly good-nature. ETHERIDGE, JOHN WESLEY (1804-1866), ..."
2. A Select Glossary of English Words Used Formerly in Senses Different from by Richard Chenevix Trench (1865)
"Good-nature, being the relies and remains of that shipwreck which Adam made, ... When good-nature is heightened by the grace of God, that which was natural ..."
3. The British Essayists;: With Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by Alexander Chalmers (1808)
"Good-nature is more agreeable in conversation than wit, and gives a certain air to the countenance which is more amiable than beauty. ..."
4. The North American Review by Making of America Project, Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge (1821)
"Now it is an undisputed fact that the average man does care comparatively little for erudition in women, and very much for physical beauty, good nature, ..."