Affable (adjective)

  1. Friendly and easy to talk to.
  2. Willing to talk and engage with others.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin affabilis, from affari "speak to", from ad- "to" + fari "speak".

Examples:

  1. He is an affable person and easy to talk to.
  2. She was an affable host, making everyone feel welcome.
  3. An affable manner that put people at ease.
  4. An affable smile that invited conversation.
  5. The doctor was affable and provided a comfortable experience for the patient.
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