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Definition of "likable" []

  • Pleasing; attractive. (adjective)
  • Easy to like; pleasing (adjective)

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Use "likable" in a sentence
  • "To look at this step from another angle -- _if you would be likable, you must find other men likable_."
  • "Sooner or later it will become evident to most voters that being likable is not the same as being a good leader."
  • "CBS got two playoff holes Sunday — any overtime action helps TV sports ratings — and a sturdy storyline in likable Kenny Perry, 48, aiming to become the oldest Masters winner."