Something that's agreeable is pleasant or gratifying. An agreeable travel companion is someone you get along with and whose company you enjoy.

An agreeable day might be sunny and warm, with a gentle breeze, and an agreeable meal is eaten with friends and tastes great. You can also use agreeable to mean "willing to agree," as when your sister is agreeable about loaning you her car for the weekend. In Old French, it was agreable, from agreer, "to please," or "to receive with favor," from the phrase a gré, "favorably," or "to one's liking."

Definitions of agreeable
  1. adjective
    conforming to one's own liking or feelings or nature
    “Is the plan agreeable to you?”
    “he's an agreeable fellow”
    “"My idea of an agreeable a person who agrees with me"- Disraeli”
    “an agreeable manner”
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    not to your liking
    annoying, bothersome, galling, irritating, nettlesome, pesky, pestering, pestiferous, plaguey, plaguy, teasing, vexatious, vexing
    causing irritation or annoyance
    abrasive, harsh
    sharply disagreeable; rigorous
    nerve-racking, nerve-wracking, stressful, trying
    extremely irritating to the nerves
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  2. adjective
    prepared to agree or consent
    agreeable to the plan”
    being in agreement or harmony; often followed by `with'
  3. adjective
    in keeping
    “salaries agreeable with current trends”
    synonyms: accordant, concordant, conformable, consonant
    (sometimes followed by `with') in agreement or consistent or reliable
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