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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 This word is obsolete.

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I look forward to sharing my thoughts with everyone more personably on the radio, TV, internet and whatever else has been invented that will get this done.
The Human Age - marked by the ability of companies to personably relate to workers as they provide long-term career planning for highly-skilled employees and relentlessly seek new talent across a complex borderless pool of candidates - is at the root of today's new leadership requirements.
Dr GIBSON reports personably, also for the general reader, his discovery, in 1999, of a system of channels, a tank, and the ornamented rock-cut cell that he interprets as the Baptist's base, complete with signs of 'strange rituals involving .
In the vanguard of this movement is Harry Christophers, personably but authoritatively drawing from his tiny band of accomplished musicians a reading which pulsates with life.
We've built our business by focusing on how to use the computer to personably and effectively 'speak' with people about their health over the phone," adds Alexandra Drane, Senior Vice President and Co-founder of Eliza.
The cartoon humorously depicts how we can feel overwhelmed, while personably explaining how AND.
Also written deftly and personably, for the same readership, The first idea skims through physical anthropology, primatology, archaeology, linguistics and psychology plus a little social anthropology.