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Examples of 'Affable' in a Sentence

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  • He was crisp, fresh, cheerful, affable, bland; but so surprisingly innocent.
  • 'No, governor,' returned Riderhood, in a cheerful, affable, and conversational manner, 'you did not tell me so.
  • He was very friendly, affable, busy, kind.
  • She was always a very affable and free-spoken young lady, and very civil behaved.
  • There was another colored porter on this, and he was very polite and affable.
  • He was always smiling, affable, and polite.

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  • "And our Minister seems a most delightful and affable person," our new friend said.
  • "Of course not, of course not," returned the affable detective.
  • Your ladyship is very affable.
  • 'Do I follow you?' said Mrs. Micawber, with her most affable air of business.
  • Ever forgiving and ever affable.
  • In his affable unconsciousness, however, he took no heed.
  • A few of these took affable possession of the establishment.
  • 'Even that affable and condescending ornament of society,' pursued Mr Meagles, 'may misrepresent us, we are afraid.
  • But she's an affable lady.'
  • 'There's no denying that 'ere,' said Mr. Weller, joining in the conversation, with an affable smile.
  • I went up to her, and was received with an affable kiss and shake of the hand.
  • Then, they dressed again and were presented to the King, who was most affable.
  • But he was ready for any affable conversation as soon as his host should begin it.
  • Say, goddess, what ensued, when Raphael, The affable archangel . . .
  • His other eye, small and deep-set, twinkled erratically in all directions, aimlessly affable.
  • Alexander was saying something affable to him.
  • The governor was a brisk little man, very simple and affable.
  • He was a white-bearded and affable elder, used to entertaining strangers.
  • That clearing from his eyes, he becomes courteous and of an affable heart.
  • They looked affable.
  • Mrs. Westlake was affable.
  • "You want to get some New York experience," concluded the affable Mrs. Bermudez.
  • He is very affable.
  • He was affable and sad.
  • His conversation was gay and affable.
  • She was very affable.
  • The secretary was a pleasant little man with a black beard, whom Philip had always found very affable.
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