MEANING: noun: Liveliness and ease of conversation.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek (pleasantness in conversation), from eu- (well) + trapely (to turn). Earliest documented use: 1596.

NOTES: Can you talk to anyone on any topic with ease? If so, you have the gift of eutrapely, also known as eutrapelia. It was one of Aristotle’s dozen virtues.

.EDU.TRAPELY - being shmoozed by the University fundraiser

EUTAPELY - recorded in pristine condition, with the 18 minutes intact

EUTRAVELY - the Bon Voyage you wish your departing friends

EXTRAPELY - recently out of a snare