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affable personality

A personality that is friendly, approachable, sociable, amicable, and/or likeable. He might not be the best instructor in the school, but he has such an affable personality that he is everyone's favorite.
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It was a pleasure to eat where everything was so tidy, the food so well cooked, the waiters so polite, and the coming and departing company so moustached, so frisky, so affable, so fearfully and wonderfully Frenchy
On the previous day Stepan Arkadyevitch had appeared at the office in a uniform, and the new chief had been very affable and had talked to him as to an acquaintance.
A few of these took affable possession of the establishment.
He was crisp, fresh, cheerful, affable, bland; but so surprisingly innocent.
Monstrous as Kit's tale had appeared, at first, Mr Richard did, that night, half suspect his affable employer of some deep villany.
Grammer's affable pomposity is put to good use in a seasonal sitcom gift.
Grant coasts on his usual facial tics - doing that thing with his eyebrows in almost every scene - but he's affable company and utterly believable as the jaded has-been now seeking solace in booze and younger women.
My Boys'' is affable and refreshingly likes its characters a lot.
Hoye is an affable, helpful, forthright McBain who can also "talk the talk" of Gotham's cops and robbers.
Taking a break from all the current action, the affable Tracy shared some confessions of her own.
Affable, shuffling, cute, they stick in my craw like fish bones.
In another move easyCruise, the group's waterborne holiday outlet, has appointed Gwyn Hughes, the affable ex-P & O marketing director, as managing director.
That affable Dane, Jan Gehl said that masterplanning had to start with a view of what kind of life people wanted in a city and Sjoerd Soeters and Christoph Ingenhoven showed some of their recent city work.
Remembered by friends and colleagues for his affable and genuine manner, Spevok excelled at building relationships--a skill that found him success in a business whose loan products have become more like commodities because of the increasingly prolific and competitive nature of the commercial real estate lending market.
The affable CEO and founder of the Northern Centre for Advanced Technology Inc.