use agreeable in a sentence.
Alternative title: successful men are seen as less agreeable.
Your posts leads us to believe that this is in fact, not agreeable.
You can see how agreeable a comment is by how far up the page it is.
The only agreeable part is "The culture was bad.
Sounds agreeable, but HN is hardly the place to organize such an event...
Why not 'I trust you' and if something is an issue or a potential issue we can talk about it and try to reach an agreeable resolution?
You know an agreeable (not quite sure about good) idea when you realise that something you've been implementing yourself has been done by somebody else better.
A wider userbase only exacerbates the echo chamber, as the most popular, agreeable, easily consumed content rises to the top much faster.
I'm speaking to the assumption that promoting an agreeable person will necessarily have a favorable outcome.
I actually think it's politer and more agreeable to use the asterisk.
That's a good point; in fact, it's even stronger in a way, because the majority opinion is the "official" one that becomes effectively law, so it not only has to be agreeable to a majority of the justices, it has to be agreeable enough to become part of the law of the land indefinitely.
Apple's terms were never agreeable to me, so I never started developing for it in the first place.