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Mrs. Fortescue, who would have been affable to the Evil One himself, smiled at Broussard.
BETTY AT FORT BLIZZARDMOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL
Then he went up to him, with a large and liberal sniff, and an affable inquiry, as a little dog goes up to a big one.
MARY ANERLEYR. D. BLACKMORE
So may the turbulent Æolus be as affable to thee as to the peaceful nests of halcyons.
One day, in the course of conversation, the affable monarch inquired how he had lost his eye.
The open and affable address of the governor attracted the people.
He was a very civil spoken, affable, kind old man; but he had betrayed her.
THE LANDLEAGUERSANTHONY TROLLOPE
The natives of Vera Cruz are spoken of as affable and shrewd.
But he seemed no different from his usual, affable and well-dressed self.
THE FATE OF FELIX BRANDFLORENCE FINCH KELLY
He was in the best humor, affable and genial, and cast no chill of formality over the ceremony.
THE UNWILLING VESTALEDWARD LUCAS WHITE
He is affable, as well as dignified, in his deportment, and fluent and interesting in conversation.

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