approachability approachability


  • (n) the attribute of being easy to meet or deal with


  1. It's a far cry from his days on the streets, where his approachability earned the gruff cop a spot as a favorite among colleagues and reporters.
  2. Jackson, the current commissioner of New Jersey's department of environmental protection, has experience and approachability.
  3. Both cynical and sentimental, furious and full of good-fellowship, Vonnegut combined a defiantly idiosyncratic temperament with a universal approachability.


  • Wheeled Patrol

    Bicycles provide police with stealth, agility, and approachability.
    on July 16, 2013     Source: Santa Barbara Independent


  1. In a nod toward pluralism, Romney noted the things he loves about other religions - "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...
    on Dec 6, 2007 By: Mitt Romney Source: Salt Lake Tribune

  2. Fils-Aime spoke on this issue: "What we'll offer in terms of game play and approachability will more than make up for the lack of HD.â€
    on Nov 10, 2005 By: Reggie Fils-Aime Source: TechWhack (press release) (blog)

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tacit tacit
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