Examples of likable in a Sentence
Detective Grant is the most likeable character in the novel.
She seems like a friendly, likable young woman.
Recent Examples of likable from the Web
Women have been trained to minimize their greatness in an effort to be more likable.
A remnant of the Boston working class, Ryan puts together his instantly likable first album from 808 rhythms, East Coast soul, street-level songs and a voice that can, in ragged moments, recall the sad rage of the late Chris Cornell.
Ken Goode is likable as the hang-dog Charlie Davenport, the company manager.
The Eli Young Band is one of the more likable of the new country bands, more sensitive than the bros but not shy about a party.
Maier has a rich, full singing voice and a likable, natural stage presence.
The New Century production features capable, likable actors.
That implicit and surefooted knowledge—knowing when to sit back, or forge ahead—is what sets Lopez apart, and keeps her relevant and likable, despite dramas that might permanently damage a lesser star.
Nick Rehberger is unpretentious and likable as the man himself, Kate McGonigle is a pleasing Viola, and the whole play is now a love letter to the collaborative nature of Chicago theater.
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First Known Use of likable
LIKABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of likable for English Language Learners
: easy to like : having pleasant or appealing qualities
LIKABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of likable for Students
: having pleasant or attractive qualities : easily liked
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