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folksy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfolksyfolk‧sy /ˈfəʊksi $ ˈfoʊ-/ adjective informal  1 especially American EnglishFRIENDLY friendly and informal The town had a certain folksy charm.2 TYPICALin a style that is typical of traditional countryside styles or customs
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folksyCynics might have said we were too folksy.The town of Colville has a folksy charm.He was, Carver thought, in his most folksy mood.a funny folksy radio showPeople were catching on to his folksy, well-informed, no-nonsense approach.
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