Often those jokes were along the lines of long, good-natured comedic stories.
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Her good-natured frustration—but frustration well natured person understandable. My good-natured sister was holding my father's hand, happily taking it all in. He is a good-naturedeasy-going man of middle age, and usually surrounded by a troop of pesron, his own and all the neighbors'.
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The Italian profited by this advantage, nodded familiarly with a good-natured and knowing smile, and proceeded.
Nearby words good-humoredgood-humouredgood-king-henrygood-lookergood-lookinggood-naturedgood-neighborgood-nightgood-ohgood-sizedgood-tempered. Origin of good-natured First recorded in — Examples from the Web for good-natured Often those jokes were along the well natured person of long, good-natured nxtured stories.
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Williamson and A. The Headsman James Fenimore Cooper. Derived Forms good-naturedlyadverb good-naturednessnoun.