Jovial – meaning of the word and example

(of a person) friendly and in good mood, or (of a situation) enjoyable because of being friendly and pleasant. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you describe a person as jovial, you mean that they are happy and behave in a cheerful way. (Collins Dictionary)

Cheerful and friendly. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Markedly good-humored especially as evidenced by cheerfulness and conviviality: Jolly. (Merriam – Webster)

Example 

Jovial. Your Dictionary

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