Yes - that's it exactly ..... I assume that this is some older meaning of amiable, suggesting goodness in general, rather than mere friendliness!
https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/amiablelate Middle English (originally in the senses ‘kind’, and ‘lovely, lovable’): via Old French from late Latin amicabilis ‘amicable’. The current sense, influenced by modern French aimable ‘trying to please’, dates from the mid 18th century.
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/amiableObsolete. lovable or lovely.
Does he no longer have the London shop?Meet East Anglian curio collector Viktor Wynd. He doesn't live too far from me, we're hoping to film him and his collection after everything's back to normal ... we just haven't told him yet. I've got a feeling his London shop might have been pictured in Fortean Times magazine before ..
I mean who else has a collection which includes a mummified fairy, a lock of Elvis’s hair and the skull of drug baron Pablo Escobar’s hippo?
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