1 Lady Catherine was reckoned proud by many people he knew, but he had never seen anything but affability in her.
2 She is all affability and condescension, and I doubt not but you will be honoured with some portion of her notice when service is over.
3 I rather expected, from my knowledge of her affability, that it would happen.
4 This occasion shall not entirely pass without that affability on your part.
5 He went up to Madame Stahl, and addressed her with extreme courtesy and affability in that excellent French that so few speak nowadays.
6 She seldom abbreviated the girl's name, and when she did so it was always a sign of affability.
7 The affability of Matvy Ilyitch's demeanour could only be equalled by its dignity.
8 But for the former he will be indebted to his affability, kindliness, gentleness, and all those other like qualities which were possessed by Valerius, and which are described by Xenophon as existing in Cyrus.
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9 "Pretty well, thanks to Aunt March, who lets Esther talk to me as often as I like," replied Amy, with a grateful look, which caused the old lady to smile affably.
10 Baron Rothschild's private secretary, a large-nosed Jew in tight boots, affably beamed upon the world, as if his master's name crowned him with a golden halo.
11 The Governor received the young men affably, but he did not ask them to sit down, nor did he sit down himself.
12 The countess looked at her callers, smiling affably, but not concealing the fact that she would not be distressed if they now rose and took their leave.
13 The three young men bowed to each other courteously, if not affably.
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14 Arkady was reduced at last to calling Fifi to him, and with an affable smile patting him on the head to give himself an appearance of being at home.
15 Alexander was saying something affable to him.