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affable
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
good natured and sociable
  • So exceeding affable as she was!
    Chapter 35 (14% in)
  • —You know how I dreaded the thoughts of seeing her;— but the very moment I was introduced, there was such an affability in her behaviour as really should seem to say, she had quite took a fancy to me.
    Chapter 35 (15% in)
  • —No pride, no hauteur, and your sister just the same—all sweetness and affability!
    Chapter 35 (18% in)
  • She was always a very affable and free-spoken young lady, and very civil behaved.
    Chapter 47 (77% in)

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