Pleasing in personality or appearance; attractive.(adjective)
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Use "personable" in a sentence
"The doc's also very personable, which is a plus for anyone, but especially for Dad, who thrives on social contact."
"Early reports paint a picture of Joe Stack as a normal guy, described as personable and calm by those who knew him, whose burning anger at the government was present just below the surface."
"The teachers also get a chance to be much more personable, which is extremely beneficial for the academics."