Synonyms for Cordial:


cheerful (adjective)
genial, easygoing, congenial, jolly, spirited, joyful, optimistic, glad, jaunty, friendly, complaisant, cheery, affable, pleased, buoyant, merry, pleasant, cheerful, lighthearted, amiable, agreeable, happy, warm, lively, sparkling, bright, sunny.
courteous (adjective)
friendly (adjective)
gregarious, companionable, neighborly, Warm-hearted, genuine, spontaneous, affable, nice.
friendly, sociable (adjective)
gracious, affable, cheerful, hearty, sincere, tender, happy, welcoming, congenial, polite, companionable, convivial, warm, agreeable, neighborly, amicable, genial.
mild (adjective)
lenient, charitable, soft, mild, benign, peaceful, kind, even, gentle, sweet, tolerant, clement, permissive, open-minded, insipid, peaceable, liberal, amiable, genial, tender, moderate, broad-minded, lax, benevolent, meek, quiet, forbearing, libertarian.
sociable (adjective)
gregarious, garrulous, hospitable, sociable, vivacious, genial, affable, hearty, amiable, companionable, talkative, folksy, chatty, gracious, courteous, friendly, convivial, gabby, easygoing, amicable, congenial, neighborly.


gin, mead, polite, kirsch, welcoming, chartreuse, cider, absinthe, maraschino. chocolate, brew, americano, attitude, bitters, good, good-natured, club soda, Chai, buttermilk, good-tempered, angostura, cappuccino. cordial (noun)
friendly, liqueur, sincere, genial, warm, amiable, fervent, affable, hearty.
food (noun)
hearty (noun)
good-natured, cheery, good-tempered, warm, fervent, sincere, cheerful, hearty.

Other synonyms:

gin, chartreuse, good-tempered, mead, cider, maraschino, absinthe, kirsch. nice, good-natured. Other relevant words:
kirsch, absinthe, fervent, maraschino, polite, sincere, liqueur, Warm-hearted, good, nice, genuine, good-natured, welcoming, chartreuse, mead, cider, good-tempered.

Usage examples for cordial

  1. These were her kind, tender eyes, this was her sweet, cordial voice, in which you felt the heart beating true and steady,- all was just as he had pictured it in many a lonely hour during the past two years. – Hildegarde's Harvest by Laura E. Richards
  2. Miss Jones evidently thought that I was rising step by step, and put this cordial to my lips. – The Nest, The White Pagoda, The Suicide, A Forsaken Temple, Miss Jones and The Masterpiece by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  3. They gave him a cordial after which he bound up his leg, for he was a first- rate surgeon, and repeated his orders as before. – Elizabethan Sea Dogs by William Wood