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PERSONABLE. Having the capacities of a person; for example, the defendant was judged personable to maintain this action. Old Nat. Brev. 142. This word is obsolete.

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We send them over to the Red Lion pub," His personable assistant bar manager, Giovanni Bertini, concurs with that policy.
To be an effective communicator you should be knowledgeable, sincere, enthusiastic, flexible, personable, logical and on time.
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She has "dream credentials" to fill the vacancy, the paper reported; she is "flawlessly bilingual, highly personable, and a long-time friend of Chief Justice Antonio Lamer" (Kirk Makin, Globe, March 16, 1999).
All three of the young people in this program, a classically trained jazz pianist, a dancer and a painter, are earnest, articulate and personable.
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Illustrated with warm, personable watercolor paintings by award-winning artist Michaelin Otis Andy and Pancake is the picturebook story of a young boy and his new pet hamster, who turns out to be quite the skillful escape artist
As it happens, the man is funny, personable, disarming, quite witty and every bit the storyteller.
Speaking in his unique and personable style, Gordon exhorts today's musicians to "follow [the composers of the twentieth century] and grow in our own art just as they [the composers] grew in theirs.
The first one deals with Leilani, a radiant, personable child whose physical deformities do little to quench her upbeat and insightful outlook.
He was a very personable man, a man who cared very much about his family, profession and the community.