Definition of affably in English:

affably

adverb

  • See affable

    • ‘He concurred affably, puckering his lips in thought as he pondered over the last decade's adventures.’
    • ‘At first the driver and his Arab passengers chat affably enough, chatting loudly over the blaring radio.’
    • ‘He strides into the restaurant and greets the waiters affably by name and orders soup and a glass of mineral water.’
    • ‘Service businesses must provide their service, whatever it is, efficiently, usually quickly, affordably, and affably.’
    • ‘A business suit-clad man then greets them, shakes hands affably and makes them sit in comfortable chairs.’

Pronunciation:

affably

/ˈafəbli/