Having characteristics that attract love or affection. (adjective)
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Use "lovable" in a sentence
"By this point, we're liable to transform what we call our lovable land of music known as"
"That blending of macabre with the lovable is executed very well in the film."
"Make a lot of them really funny, relatable, and/or just plain lovable and charming."