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affable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaffableaf‧fa‧ble /ˈæfəbəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 FRIENDLYfriendly and easy to talk to syn pleasant 🔊 an affable guyaffably adverbaffability /ˌæfəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
affableHe is laid-back, affable and easy-going; she is more outgoing and flamboyant, continuously talking and joking.Brown was affable and sympathetic, but also firm and decisive in dealing with the problems presented to him.His armor of affable authority was easily pierced.He was, and is, a distinctly affable chap, whereas I came across as cold, prickly and generally difficult.But, as of old, his smooth face fairly shone with affable ease.The affable manager said no, it was simply a style of cooking open to outside influences, like California cuisine.She married an affable, middle-aged businessman.There D'Arcy met an affable, mild-mannered man whom Roquelaure introduced simply as Hubert.Considered more affable than his father, Reyes Heroles already has had some success putting out political fires.Earl Archibald was a good natured, even tempered and affable young man.
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