folksy

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She liked to be chatty and folksy while she was servin', too.

What struck me most, though, was the folksy look in them wide-open eyes of hers.

And he sure is a folksy dog with the people he knows around the house.

You can't feaze Vee, though, when she starts in to be folksy.

The boss's conversation was just a little too folksy for his liking.

He talked quite a little, and he seemed rather nice, I think—just frank and folksy, you know.

They're a folksy fam'ly, I40 judge; the kind that can sit around and chat about nothing at all for hours at a time.

To some they all look alike, but to me they seem very human and individual and folksy.

Seems a pretty silly job for grown-up men, but they're real pleasant and folksy.

She's pretty and I will give in that she's folksy and sociable with us natives; it's surprisin', considerin' her bringin' up.

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