Affable means likeable and friendly. An example of affable used in a sentence is: His affable nature drew people to him and he was always surrounded by friends and loved ones.
the man was affable and easy to talk to.:D
I affable that.
"Ray was an affable sort of chap, especially when he'd had a couple of drinks."
I always found him a very affable, approachable fella.
Betty was such an affable person that everyone went to her for advice. -A
Our teacher's name is Mr Gruff, but, surprisingly, he's really quite affable!
The student was generally very affable with his classmates but he teacher had him marked as a plagiarizer. Tom was serious at the office, but outside of work, he was known for his friendly and affable personality. The word affable is an adjective.
Affable is an adjective meaning friendly, amiable, polite, kind, genial, etc. An affable gentleman helped me get all of the packages onto the bus.
Even as Chairman of the Department, Professor Jones remained affable in affect, easily approached and ready to discuss anything.
Affable is an adjective used for a good-natured or kind person who shows warmth and friendliness. For example, My teacher seems to be strict but actually he's a very affable man. I was comforted by her affable manner/tone of talking. My sister is a very frank and affable girl. Everybody likes humorous and affable people. Hope that helped. :) -U.G. :)
Affable is an adjective.
What is another word for affable?
afari is the root word for affable.
Every one loves him. Due to his affable nature.
Affable means friendly and accommodating. Here are some sentences.He is such an affable fellow that nobody dislikes him.You could be more affable if you tried, instead of getting so angry.She was happy that Jill was so affable about the party being cancelled.
It is friendly
A gregarious person likes to gather with others. An affable person is friendly and easy to talk to.
Friendly and charming.