1 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.
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2 Alexander was saying something affable to him.
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3 The governor was a brisk little man, very simple and affable.
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4 His conversation was gay and affable.
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5 He had an affable and haughty air, and a mouth which was always smiling, since it did not shut.
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6 He received thirty sous per day, and for a month he returned to his lodgings gay as a chaffinch, and affable toward his master.
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7 She was always a very affable and free-spoken young lady, and very civil behaved.
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8 On the previous day Stepan Arkadyevitch had appeared at the office in a uniform, and the new chief had been very affable and had talked to him as to an acquaintance.
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9 When I overtook them and stopped to say a word, I found them affable and confiding.
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10 He was particularly affable to grandmother, and whenever they met he would begin at once to talk about 'the good old times' and simple living.'
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11 The banker saw the carriage of the count enter the court yard, and advanced to meet him with a sad, though affable smile.
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12 Lady Catherine was reckoned proud by many people he knew, but he had never seen anything but affability in her.
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13 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.
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14 I rather expected, from my knowledge of her affability, that it would happen.
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15 This occasion shall not entirely pass without that affability on your part.
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