affable personality

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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.
See also: personality
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By that alias, I don't know how he came by it but if I interpret it in the context of my Yoruba Language , it would mean, I guess a pleasant, warm, amiable and affable personality. Senator Solomon Olamilekan is generically all of these but to me much more.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote on Twitter that Dikshit was "blessed with a warm and affable personality" and "made a noteworthy contribution to Delhi's development."
She was a lifelong congresswoman, an affable personality, and was widely respected across party lines.
Modi recalled her warm and affable personality and said she made noteworthy contribution to Delhi's development.
"Thanks to his affable personality and accessible nature, he remained the preferred leader of the state for years.
His affable personality and sharp wit came through those pages.
Charisma and humour were his hallmarks, and his strong networking skills and affable personality ensured that his circle kept growing.
I'll amazing gig manager I'm in a bad the waiter I'm rude boring " Embarking on such a mammoth tour, which runs into next year taking in Australia, New Zealand and Dubai, alongside a TV career which includes the BBC1 programme Michael McIntyre's Big Show - which won the Best Entertainment Performance BAFTA award last year an McIntyre averaged over six million viewers per episode, regularly beating The X Factor - means he is not always the amiable, affable personality fans see on TV.
He will be a valuable asset because the ex-Republic of Ireland defender is a great lad with an affable personality.
She possesses an affable personality and is characterized as being patient, honest, attentive and dedicated to her clients, as well as being aggressive in meeting their needs.
Ian Whitcomb graced the stage again this year, and the former British Invader never fails to charm the audience with his witty comments and affable personality. His performance of Kalmar, Ruby and Snyder's "Who's Sorry Now?" overwhelmed the audience with laughter and adoration.
Despite his often affable personality, Comey's has made adversaries on both sides of the political aisle.
Clients appreciate Scott's openness, reflected in the following review from Elisabeth Butterfield: "Within minutes of meeting Scott, owner of Kleen Pro Solutions, you'll know behind that affable personality he is all about results.
He liked what he saw in the young pointer: his appearance; his affable personality and seemingly stable temperament; his interest in bird smells, however old.
Mowbray's style of treating people with respect might well come from his own experience and way he was managed as a player as much as his warm and affable personality.