Definition of personable in English:


Line breaks: per¦son|able
Pronunciation: /ˈpəːs(ə)nəb(ə)l


(Of a person) having a pleasant appearance and manner: he was so personable and well-spoken she is quite a personable young woman
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  • Some of his support was the result of his personal popularity, the appeal of a personable young man full of hope and energy.
  • He has a personable manner that reels the audience in and keeps them on his side.
  • It does make you an energetic person, and one who has an infectious and personable manner.



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  • We were all impressed at the professionalism, the personableness, and accessibility of the folks who briefed us.
  • He would give vent to his strength of character, sense of tragedy, and personableness.


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  • As an artist, she definitely has a knack for rendering believably vivacious and personably gawky young women.
  • I am unable to conclude that she is personably responsible for the breach of trust.
  • To read it is to see some of the finest scholars in our field explaining their work to students, directly, personably, and convincingly.

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