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likable

adjective lik·able \ˈlī-kə-bəl\

: easy to like : having pleasant or appealing qualities

Full Definition of LIKABLE

:  having qualities that bring about a favorable regard :  pleasant, agreeable
lik·abil·i·ty \ˌlī-kə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
lik·able·ness noun

Variants of LIKABLE

lik·able or like·able \ˈlī-kə-bəl\

Examples of LIKABLE

  1. Detective Grant is the most likeable character in the novel.
  2. She seems like a friendly, likable young woman.

First Known Use of LIKABLE

1730
LIKABLE Defined for Kids

likable

adjective lik·able \ˈlī-kə-bəl\

Definition of LIKABLE for Kids

:  having pleasant or attractive qualities :  easily liked

Variants of LIKABLE

lik·able or like·able \ˈlī-kə-bəl\

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