amiable in a sentence

Example sentences for amiable

When smiling, all of us look more approachable and amiable.
It helped that he was so amiable and so lacking in conceit—not universal qualities among journalists.
Young readers who find deskwork intimidating will enjoy reading about an amiable mouse who shares their struggles.
It was a quite amiable conversation.
He's funny, amiable and irreverent - a breath of fresh air.
Always use a pleasant and amiable way to express your opinions, particularly those that oppose views held by other honest posters.
On a return visit we had a very amiable waiter who promptly took our drink order but then forgot to place it.
Particularly amiable art warms two endearing and wise tales about the youngest child in a rabbit family.
He's smart and amiable, yet careful about what he says.
Dinosaurs, scientifically specified but cartoonishly drawn, throw an eon-spanning party in this amiable romp.
But he was greatly liked, generous with his time and amiable in conversation.
Be careful not to let amiable discussion turn into contradiction and argument.
It is our own fault if this amiable, shrewd and scholarly parson be not our familiar friend.
It was a wonderful, challenging experience in an amiable and professional environment.
The governor's kind, amiable personality is still conveyed, even through this degree of literalism.
For example, they may see how amiable recruits are to accepting gratuities.
They more closely resemble an amiable oversized mouse.
Maintaining constant open communication has not been easy, and interactions have not always been amiable.

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