Amity in a sentence

Use Amity in a sentence

Amity ;

Meaning: [noun] friendship ;

The amity broke down when the treaty expired in 1805.

The president has always extended the hand of amity, she says.

I want to thank the Prime Minister for his amity and support when I have needed it most.

His amity with Miriam turns into hostility after the previous fight.

Amity between both teams has been strong since then.

He patted Meade on the upper arm, in a show of amity neither man could feel.

Many hope that the forthcoming election will bring a new golden age of civil-military amity and cooperation.

The program is known for promoting international amity.

Indeed, she noted that IAFC also stands for ” integrity, amity, friendship and cooperation.

Children formed many bonds and lasting amity.