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Use "likability" in a sentence
"If there's one thing we've learned from the last six years, it's that likability is a dangerous yardstick to use when choosing a president."
""likability" is presumed to be based on niceness, self-effacement, and sociability, and has nothing to do with intellect; and you're right that Frost wasn't"
"Cain's oratorical gifts, and his extraordinary "likability" -- two factors that also strongly favor Obama, despite his declining "favorability" -- are huge assets in a GOP field that's already forced other compelling figures, among them Jeb Bush and Chris Christie, to withdraw."