Examples of liking in a Sentence
I have a liking for dark chocolate.
Recent Examples of liking from the Web
Lululemon is suing Under Armour over four sports bra designs that are a little too similar to their Energy Bra for the yoga brand's liking.
Deep liking (a.k.a. going deep on a person's Instagram feed and liking posts from long ago) a potential love interest is a risky move at best, super creepy at worst.
And, accordingly, Khrushchev sought to influence the outcome to his liking: Alexander Feklisov, then the KGB station chief in Washington under the alias ‘
Use it as the base for the marinade, and add salt and seasonings to your liking: hot sauce, vinegar, soy sauce, and other condiments are all fair game.
Top with 1 to 2 tablespoons of cream cheese filling, then arrange fruit to your liking.
Their reported four-year offer was apparently not to his liking.
The coincidence seems to be just that, as both women have taken a liking to trendy hue lately.
The coincidence seems to be just that, as both women have taken a liking to the trendy hue lately.
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First Known Use of liking
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
Definition of liking for Students
: a feeling of being pleased with someone or something The soup was too spicy for my liking.
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