approachable

[ uh-proh-chuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF approachable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPROACHABLE

Whatever your taste or temperament, you must surely be approachable by one or the other of these.

The tent was approachable from the river on the other side of the bluff.

It was surrounded by a morass, and approachable only by two narrow causeways.

He is approachable now—absolutely fascinating, so genial and courteous.

Besides, he is such an approachable, courteous, kind-hearted fellow!

By reputation he knew him to be approachable; why should he not then approach him?

Until he did so, Mr Frampton was too fidgety to be approachable on any other subject.

I mean that he was approachable from the side, for it was not well to get where he could bite you or kick you.

He loved his wives and children, and in their midst was free, easy, and approachable.

But he was approachable, companionable, and ready to hear what I had to say.

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