Examples of liking in a Sentence
I have a liking for dark chocolate.
Recent Examples of liking from the Web
Zuchowski didn't start swimming until the age of 6, but quickly took a liking to the sport and by age 7 was doing serious swimming.
For kids and teens (ages 4 to 16) who take a particular liking to this indoor sport, flight school is available with weekly sessions and a chance to compete quarterly.
News reports predicted mass destruction to the Caribbean, and my grandmother was a little too calm about it for my liking.
And Republican donors were credibly threatening to close their wallets if the 115th Congress didn’t produce a tax bill to their liking.
More to her liking are her other two roles in the show: a cherub and the character of Ignorance, who haunts Scrooge along his journey toward redemption.
The social network has killed the ticker that shared what your friends were doing, sharing and liking, which has been a prominent part of the service’s homepage since 2011.
In the end, Stanton could remain a Marlin, at least for one more season, and hope a team to his liking comes calling.
The analysts concur that the political process will only begin once the military facts on the ground are to the liking of Russia and the regime.
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First Known Use of liking
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Definition of liking for Students
- The soup was too spicy for my liking.
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