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  • n. The quality of being personable.

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Examples

  • Perhaps its a testament to the skill and personability of Utah clothing retailer clerks.

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  • Shamir and Netanyahu than to Mr. Peres, who gets high marks for his personability, not his policies.

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  • As a commentator on the Royal Wedding for NBC, I was filled with pride in my country for the precision-timing and perfect step of the Household Division, the fine behavior of the crowds, and the charm and personability of the young couple.

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  • GOODMAN: Well, I think that probably the democrats would have liked some composite figure taken from all of these candidates: You know, Dean's energy; you know, Edwards 'personability; and Kerry's smarts, and experience.

    CNN Transcript Mar 21, 2004

  • They're hoping their know-how and personability will win out over Noodle's shopping carts, headphone-wearing employees, buyers based on Long Island, and impersonality.

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  • Who ever has bowed in reverence before the great and original personability of Jesus must look upon this undertaking of the ancient Christians as almost an insult.

    The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. I.

  • 'I was dishpleased at the personability av that remark, so I tucks him under my arm an' carries him to Crook who was watchin 'how the fight wint.

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  • 'I was dishplease dat the personability av that remark, so I tucks him under my arm an' carries him to Crook who was watchin 'how the fight wint.

    Soldiers Three

  • The director of "Appropriate Adult," Julian Jarrold, said Mr. West's personability and charisma had helped secure him the part.

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  • "Her intelligence and intuition, her personability from the student level to the community leadership level was highly impressive."

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

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