Examples of personable in a Sentence
The hostess was very personable.
He is a personable young man.
Recent Examples of personable from the Web
The personable senior tight end, another friend of Johnathan’s since middle school, lost his father, Eric Peterson, to esophagus cancer on July 20.
Justine has been described as extremely bright, personable, disciplined and an individual with high standards who commits herself beyond expectations and does so with a genuine attitude towards working with others.
Gettleman’s gruff manner was offset somewhat by assistant GM Brandon Beane, whose personable nature allowed him to serve as a go-between among the front office, coaching staff and locker room.
The people are so genuine and the professors are very personable.
The bass crunch is still there, but it's weaved into emotional cinematics for a more honest, personable sonic experience.
Well read, much traveled, and intelligent, Depp was pleasant, personable, prepared, and a great listener.
The personable power forward worked as a studio analyst for six weeks of TNT's NBA coverage and has expressed interest in a continuing broadcast role.
The Democrats regained the White House by nominating a personable populist, Bill Clinton, who contrasted with an aloof WASP, George H. W. Bush.
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