cordial [ kawr-juhl or, especially British, -dee-uhl ]
1. courteous and gracious; friendly; warm: a cordial reception.
2. invigorating the heart; stimulating.
3. sincere; heartfelt: a cordial dislike.
4. Archaic. of or relating to the heart.
5. a strong, sweetened, aromatic alcoholic liquor; liqueur
6. a stimulating medicine.
7. anything that invigorates or exhilarates.
OTHER WORDS FROM CORDIAL
WORDS RELATED TO CORDIAL
sympathetic, affectionate, warmhearted, welcoming, cozy, jovial, earnest, sincere, polite, hearty, cheerful, neighborly, warm, congenial, heartfelt, amicable, gracious, tender, glowing, social
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OTHER WORDS FOR CORDIAL
1. affectionate, genial.
Origin: First recorded in 1350–1400; Middle English, from Medieval Latin cordiālis, equivalent to Latin cordi- (stem of cor ) “heart” + -ālis adjective suffix; see heart, -al
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