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- n. The characteristic of being approachable; the ability to be approached.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being approachable; approachableness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Approachableness; affability.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the attribute of being easy to meet or deal with
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The simplest way to accomplish a first level of approachability is to start a blog.
His approachability was the most surprising thing about the show.
And, of course, all the polling shows that the public aren't bothered about dodgy, badly thought through "approachability" reforms.
Twitter's First Couple has redefined "approachability" by letting the public know exactly what they're doing and thinking every minute of every day.
A unique opportunity to study the contribution of this mechanism to stereotypes is afforded by individuals with the microdeletion disorder Williams syndrome (WS), in which social fear is absent, leading to an unusually friendly, high approachability behaviour, including towards strangers.
These tools don't lend themselves well to the principle of approachability.
There are three basic "rules of engagement" with social media: approachability, proximity and transparency.
People-oriented industries like teaching, social work, and health care call for attire that acknowledges formal business wear but emphasizes approachability.
The station's heavy rotation of her videos made her a familiar face to Middle America, and her mix of glamour, talent and approachability made her an aspirational figure for millions of teenage girls, both black and white.
And in every faith I have come to know, there are features I wish were in my own: I love the profound ceremony of the Catholic Mass, the approachability of God in the prayers of the Evangelicals, the tenderness of spirit among the Pentecostals, the confident independence of the Lutherans, the ancient traditions of the Jews, unchanged through the ages, and the commitment to frequent prayer of the Muslims.