If someone is amiable, they are friendly and pleasant to be with. You can also describe someone’s behaviour or a conversation as amiable.
1. He was an amiable, amusing fellow.
2. He raised a finger in amiable warning.
You use amicable to describe how people behave or feel when they are polite and co-operate with each other instead of arguing or fighting.
3. Kathy and Vim had their amicable divorce.
4. …after a week of amicable talks.
Instead of saying that someone is amiable, you can say that they behave amiably.
5. The Customs man smiled amiably.
Instead of describing something such as a dispute as amicable, you can say that it is settled or conducted amicably.
6. The vast majority qf disputes are settled amicably.