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adjective as in favored

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One year, in the same poll, he was voted both the best-liked and most–hated sportscaster.

Having been on the job for 15 years, Meyer is the longest-serving and best-liked of all the entertainment-company chairmen.

Historian Frederic Whyte wrote that he “must surely have been the best-liked crook that ever lived.”

One historian wrote that Kreuger “must surely have been the best-liked crook that ever lived.”

She made an end of her correspondence, and sat down to a delicious little supper alone; as she best liked to enjoy these treats.

He told her she could choose the two tips she best liked and have some one to pull them out.

Besides, I hear they are the best-liked crowd on the campus.

One of the best-liked types, the Guardiola, resembles the cylinder of a coffee-roasting machine.

They were four of the best-liked boys in the institution, and the leaders when it came to sport, fun or doings of any sort.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to best-liked, such as: preferred, recommended, selected, advantaged, blessed, and chosen.

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