Adjective "approachable" definition and examples

(Approachable may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/əˈprəʊtʃəb(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Friendly and easy to talk to.
  1. 'In spite of the run-down facilities, the ma-and-pop owners and the friendliest and most approachable people in Hong Kong.'
  2. 'This person must be personable, friendly and approachable.'
  3. 'Ask anyone in the press about Henry and they'll tell you how affable, friendly, approachable and humble Henry is.'
  4. 'Students would not be selected on such subjective criteria as whether they looked friendly and approachable.'
  5. 'He just looks a lot less intimidating now, and more friendly and approachable.'
  6. 'Most of all, though, he was friendly and approachable.'
  7. 'Have you ever wondered why we make such a huge effort to try to appear nice, approachable and friendly, while the real person might just be the opposite of all that?'
  8. 'The reason we chose Amy is that she's got a really open face and it's friendly and approachable.'
  9. 'So in addition to being available and approachable, make time during the day to informally interact with staffers.'
  10. 'I love how the people are friendly and approachable, but not provincial.'
(of a place) able to be reached from a particular direction or by a particular means.
  1. 'The tower was only approachable from the outside by climbing onto the roof of the mansion using a ladder.'
  2. 'These elements were never approachable; they were viewed from afar, atop viewing towers or from the safety of a path.'
  3. 'This pass, like much of the approachable areas of the Wall is visited by Chinese tourists fortunate to have enough free time for a cultural holiday.'

More definitions

1. capable of being approached; accessible.

2. (of a person) easy to meet, know, talk with, etc.

More examples(as adjective)

"versions can be approachable as varieties."

"states can be approachable in communities."

"sites can be approachable from comings."

"people can be approachable in days."

"landings can be approachable by boats."

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