Per"son*a*ble (?), a.


Having a well-formed body, or person; graceful; comely; of good appearance; presentable; as, a personable man or woman.

Wise, warlike, personable, courteous, and kind. Spenser.

The king, . . . so visited with sickness, was not personable. E. Hall.

2. Law (a)

Enabled to maintain pleas in court.

Cowell. (b)

Having capacity to take anything granted.


© Webster 1913.

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