the adjective form of amiable is used to describe a person or their behavior as friendly and/or amicable. It is also used to describe various feelings and emotions and can be employed to describe a particular group or organization.
1. He demonstrated amiable behavior during the negotiations.
2. She was amiable with her co-workers, even though they often disagreed.
3. The organization fostered an amiable atmosphere.
When using the word amiable as an adjective, please note that it is typically used to describe a person or their behavior, rather than a particular attribute or feeling. Additionally, the adjectives 'amicable' and 'amicably' are both closely related and should be used in place of amiable when referring to a situation or person respectively.