Examples of liking in a Sentence
I have a liking for dark chocolate.
Recent Examples of liking from the Web
Spiegler: The things that other people in my network are liking and interacting with show up in my Explore feed in a way that appears organic but is actually highly calculated.
Better keep that cri de coeur to yourself, Charlton Pettus warns in EXIT STRATEGY (Hanover Square, $26.99), or somebody could whisk you off to a new life that might not be entirely to your liking.
Lawmakers could sign the petition early next week if Ryan's plan isn’t to their liking.
Now Fahs mans his custom charcoal grill at La2 Mooshi while his wife, Abir Ali, who hails from southern Lebanon, dotes on customers and lobs loving threats if plates aren’t cleaned to her liking.
Lay the string of tassels onto the white fabric ribbon and space out the tassels to your liking.
The 99th got a pitch six inches more to her liking than before.
Most of the savings comes through bundles, like saving $150 on this 12-inch Macbook with Beats Studio and a Magic Mouse 2 ($1,578) or maybe $300 off this Macbook Pro ($2,927) is more to your liking.
Politico also noted that Scott works closely with Jared Kushner on prison reform; hopefully, this includes prison-cell specifications so that Kushner can get his cell adjusted to his liking.
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LIKING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of liking for English Language Learners
: the feeling of liking or enjoying something or someone
LIKING Defined for Kids
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