They ranged from yoga teacher-toned to affably soft around the edges.
Its affably glib opening lines set the tone while acknowledging the First-World-problems aspect to the text.
Constable Heather was in charge of the station, and when he saw Tom he greeted him affably.
"I am sorry we are going to part, gentlemen," he said, affably.
Our father went on affably serving the salad to the just and the unjust alike.
“I am glad that you have a friend in him,” said Mrs. Winthrop affably.
"Let me hear your plan first," she answered, affably, in her secret joy.
The lady stared at him steadfastly and smiled to him affably and serenely.
"Now, I don't know what induced you to hide yourself out here—" went on Barkley, affably.
"Charlie, you are neglecting a part of your duty," he observed to Drouet most affably.