use personable in a sentence.
From the sounds of this report, cases hinge on how personable the main lawyer seems to be.
It does but he seems a little too personable and maybe even jock-ish.
It'll be nice when clear, personable copy isn't so noteworthy.
I wouldn't ask those questions point-blank, but if you are reasonably personable and chatty, it's usually pretty easy to lead the conversation in that direction.
If you get errors reported like this to your customer support, try answering with a more personable response.
Stephen Elop is a smart guy - really down-to-earth and easy to talk to; of the few MS execs I've actually met, he was definitely the most personable.
The only normal/personable coder that could is probably cperciva.
But doesn't it stand to reason that if he'd been just a little more personable and just a little less resistant to change, he could have done even better?