From King Dictionary of Contemporary English good-natured good-na‧tured / ɡʊd ˈneɪtʃəd $ -ərd / adjective KIND naturally kind and helpful and not easily made angry ► see thesaurus at nice — good-naturedly adverb Examples from the Corpus good-natured • Knott was kindly, painstaking, cheerful, and imperturbably good-natured. • Though normally good-natured and easygoing, Paul hated to be at a disadvantage. • Neil was a gentle good-natured chap, the type of man you instantly trust and feel comfortable around. • She's a very good-natured child. • It would be silly to try to represent the duel between the Miller and the Reeve as merely good-natured fraternal leg-pulling. • He was a good-natured man in his late fifties and we were riding in his car. • It was dominated by Franklin Roosevelt, the cunning, determined, good-natured president called forth by the crisis of the Depression. • He presents a helpful, jargon-free, good-natured speech. • She'd just gone down there to look for any good-natured sucker.