cordial definition

  • adjective:
    • Warm and sincere; friendly: a cordial greeting; cordial relations. See Synonyms at gracious.
    • Strongly felt; fervent: a cordial abhorrence of waste.
    • Serving to stimulate; exciting.
    • Hearty; genuine; warm; affectionate.
    • Said of someone radiating heat and friendliness; genial.
    • Tending to restore, cheer, or invigorate; providing energy or spirits.
    • Proceeding from the heart.
    • Hearty; genuine; hot; affectionate.
    • looking after revive, cheer, or invigorate; giving energy or spirits.
    • diffusing warmth and friendliness
    • sincerely or extremely sensed
    • politely hot and friendly
    • Warm and genuine; friendly: a cordial greeting; cordial relations. See Synonyms at gracious.
    • highly believed; fervent: a cordial abhorrence of waste.
    • Serving to invigorate; exciting.
    • Hearty; honest; cozy; affectionate.
    • stated of someone radiating warmth and friendliness; genial.
    • looking after restore, cheer, or invigorate; giving strength or spirits.
    • Proceeding through the heart.
    • Hearty; honest; cozy; affectionate.
    • Tending to revive, cheer, or invigorate; giving power or spirits.
    • diffusing heat and friendliness
    • sincerely or intensely thought
    • politely cozy and friendly
  • noun:
    • A stimulant; a tonic.
    • A liqueur.
    • A concentrated noncarbonated soft drink which is diluted with water before drinking.
    • A pleasant-tasting medication.
    • A liqueur ready with the infusion process.
    • A candy (or bonbon) generally made of milk chocolate, filled up with little fruits (often maraschino cherries) and syrup or fondant.
    • something that conveniences, gladdens, and exhilarates.
    • Any invigorating and stimulating preparation.
    • Aromatized and sweetened character, used as a beverage; a liqueur.
    • something which invigorates, comforts, gladdens, or exhilarates.
    • A medicine or draught which boosts the activity of this heart and stimulates the blood supply; a warm stomachic; any medicine which increases energy, dispels languor, and encourages cheerfulness.
    • A sweet and fragrant alcohol.
    • powerful very flavored sweet alcohol often intoxicated after dinner
    • A stimulant; a tonic.
    • A liqueur.
    • A concentrated noncarbonated soft drink which will be diluted with liquid before ingesting.
    • A pleasant-tasting medication.
    • A liqueur prepared utilising the infusion procedure.
    • A candy (or bonbon) often made from milk chocolate, full of tiny fruits (frequently maraschino cherries) and syrup or fondant.
    • whatever conveniences, gladdens, and exhilarates.
    • Any invigorating and stimulating preparation.
    • Aromatized and sweetened nature, used as a beverage; a liqueur.
    • Something that invigorates, conveniences, gladdens, or exhilarates.
    • A medicine or draught which boosts the activity associated with the heart and stimulates the circulation; a warm stomachic; any medication which increases power, dispels languor, and encourages cheerfulness.
    • a nice and aromatic liquor.
    • strong very tasting nice liquor typically intoxicated after meals
  • others:
    • Of or related to the heart.
    • Proceeding through the heart or from kindly and earnest feeling; exhibiting kindly feeling or heat of heart; hearty; genuine; warmly friendly; affectionate.
    • Reviving the spirits; cheering; stimulating; imparting energy or cheerfulness.
    • Synonyms Sincere, etc. See hearty.
    • Of or related to one's heart.
    • Proceeding from the heart or from kindly and serious experience; exhibiting kindly sensation or heat of heart; hearty; genuine; warmly friendly; affectionate.
    • Reviving the spirits; cheering; stimulating; imparting strength or cheerfulness.
    • Synonyms Sincere, etc. See hearty.

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