liking

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noun lik·ing \ˈlī-kiŋ\

Definition of liking

  1. :  favorable regard :  fondness, taste <had a greater liking for law — E. M. Coulter> <took a liking to the newcomer>

Examples of liking in a sentence

  1. <I have a liking for dark chocolate.>

14th Century

First Known Use of liking

14th century



LIKING Defined for English Language Learners

liking

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noun lik·ing \ˈlī-kiŋ\

Definition of liking for English Language Learners

  • : the feeling of liking or enjoying something or someone


LIKING Defined for Kids

liking

noun lik·ing \ˈlī-kiŋ\

Definition of liking for Students

  1. :  a feeling of being pleased with someone or something <The soup was too spicy for my liking.>



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