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Difference between amiable, affable and amicable


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'Amiable' means to be liked by all.

'Amicable' means to be friendly.

'Affable' means to be polite and friendly.


Sample Usage

eg 1. The world nations decided to sign an amicable agreement.

eg 2. Tom is an amiable person.

eg 3. Alice's affable nature pleased those around her.


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