“It was a very peaceful, friendly, beautiful divorce, where my siblings and I had a great, funny, healthy childhood,” he says. And you and the Marquis would better find an amicable settlement with me. Another, more terrible failure, the family accepted the “amicable solution” proposed by his friends. I would like to see if we can reach an out-of-court settlement on the complaint I had to bring. amicable (relatively friendlier, superlative the friendliest) Amicable, who is from Latelate amicabilis, which means “friendly,” is one of the English words used to offer cordial relations. Friendships, neighbourliness, camaraderie and kindness all mean that they are of good will or lack of antagonism or that they show it. By mutual agreement implies a state of peace and the desire of the parties not to argue (“they had friendly relations”; “friendly negotiation process”). Neighbourhood involves a willingness to live well with others, especially those who are nearby, and to be fundamentally useful (“neighbourhood”). Companionable offers conviviality and camaraderie (“a friendly dinner with friends”). Friendly emphasizes the cordiality and often the warmth or intimacy of personal relationships (“friendly correspondence”). According to investigators, this dispute was not an amicable farewell.
Friendly, neighborhood, friendly, it is to show good will and lack of antagonism. By mutual agreement implies a state of peace and the desire of the parties not to argue. Friendly relationships are the will to live well with others and to be fundamentally useful. Friendly Neighbourhood emphasizes the cordiality and often the warmth or intimacy of personal relationships. Wanted friendly advice We were friends in business, and we had our friendly qualities rounded up and seasoned our hours of rest and madness. Our division was consensual, born of practical necessity. By mutual agreement, relationships or agreements (including court proceedings, such as divorces) are used, with a meaning that ranges from simply “non-contentious, consensual” to “quite friendly”. On the other hand, the similar term is particularly used to be “pleasant, endearing” as a “friendly smile”.  The separation of Microsoft-Ballmer could be the rare case where a divorce by mutual consent enriches both parties.