amiable, good-natured, obliging, complaisant mean having the desire or disposition to please. amiable implies having qualities that make one liked and easy to deal with.
an amiable teacher not easily annoyed good-natured implies cheerfulness or helpfulness and sometimes a willingness to be imposed upon.
a good-natured girl who was always willing to pitch in obliging stresses a friendly readiness to be helpful.
our obliging innkeeper found us a bigger room complaisant often implies passivity or a yielding to others because of weakness.
was too complaisant to protest a decision he thought unfair