affable

[ af-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF affable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFABLE

I was prepared for all this, and was most affable to the tormentor of a traveller's patience.

His manners are affable and genial, his disposition frank and generous.

His manner is affable and unassuming, and his disposition kindly.

Lady Carey was affable and gracious, also very important and busy.

He was an affable gentleman, and soon set them all at their ease.

He was, as usual, smiling and affable, and 'overjoyed to meet with congenial spirits.'

Gilbert, complacent and affable, returned to Washington accompanied by David.

Never before had she seemed so beautiful or so affable, so necessary to his life.

"Forgive me f' taking you up stairway," apologized the affable gentleman.

They are affable, charming companions, and give in readily to the wishes of others.

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