Definition of Affableness

1. Noun. A disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to).




Definition of Affableness

1. n. Affability.

Definition of Affableness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being affable. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Affableness

afeard(p)
afeared
afeared(p)
afearing
afears
afebrile
afelimomab
afetal
aff
aff'd
aff'g
aff.
affabilities
affability
affable
affableness (current term)
affably
affabrous
affabulation
affabulations
affadavit
affadavits
affair
affaire
affaire d'honneur
affaires
affaires d'honneur
affairs
affamish
affamished

Literary usage of Affableness

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1. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1894)
"... and frequenting coney-houses where the clergy resort, they found so much satisfaction, content, and learning in his discourse, as also affableness and ..."

2. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1846)
"He is exceeding greatly commended and extolled for his courtesy and affableness, and his piety. It was a very rainy day, so that he came into York in a ..."

3. The Works of George Fox by George Fox (1831)
"And so let 'he true brotherly love continue, and kindness, affableness, and cour- teousness,.and whatsoever is decent, comely, and of a good report in ..."

4. The Works of George Fox by George Fox (1831)
"And so let the true brotherly love continue, and kindness, affableness, and cour- teousness, and whatsoever is decent, comely, and of a good report in the ..."

5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1851)
"I must add to all this, gentleness, sweetness, compassion, affableness, and courtesy, a courage without harshness or cruelty, but undaunted is ..."

6. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1846)
"He is exceeding greatly commended and extolled for his courtesy and affableness, and his piety. It was a very rainy day, so that he came into York in a ..."

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