affably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- As head of the House catering department, he supervised daily "tea on the terrace," was affably known as "Minister of the Interior.
- Prim and meticulous, 77-year-old Bridgman stumps up down his classroom, glowering affably at any student who wastes drawing paper or sits a few inches out of line from the other .
- The book is affably illustrated by graphic novelist Kyle Baker.
News & Articles
- Kevin Riordan: A transmission upgrade so hot, it's cool
Everything here is hot,project manager Steve Maginnis warns, ushering me into the 138-kilovolt heart of the Cuthbert Substation. "Don't touch anything," senior construction supervisor Rich Sost affably, but firmly, advises.
July 7, 2013 - The Philadelphia Inquirer
- President Bush in San Diego Union Tribune
Speaking at Reagan's funeral in the National Cathedral, Bush said Reagan's convictions "were always politely stated, affably argued and as firm and straight as the columns of this cathedral."
- James Carville in Washington Post
I think ...... these candidates, have sort of conducted themselves affably,Carville added later on CNN's "Late Edition," but added the current contretemps over his remarks "is powder-puff stuff compared to the stuff that we're going to see...