Definition for fun-loving

adjective as in kittenish

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Example Sentences

And finally, they meet Un (Randall Park), who appears to be nothing but genial and fun-loving—especially to Dave.

“It paints the women as shrews, as humorless and uptight, and it paints the men as lovable, goofy, fun-loving guys,” she said.

Bonas, a dance school graduate, broke up with the fun-loving fourth-in-line to the throne after two years together.

But I did enjoy the last couple [episodes] where Robbie was more fun-loving and getting back into real life.

Basso recalled Alleman as a fun-loving man who loved the Heart Attack Grill.

"We want to get to Carwell as soon as possible, but we don't want to do it by breaking our necks," went on the fun-loving Rover.

But in those days they were a riotous, fun-loving band with little respect for order and even less for ordinance.

The opportunities on the farm sometimes appeal to the fun loving propensities of the young girl.

They had never seen anything but the active lawyer, the keen politician, the jovial, fun-loving companion in Mr. Lincoln.

He was more accustomed to the fun-loving, joking girl than to this "cellar-grown turnip" as he mentally stigmatized her.


On this page you'll find 165 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fun-loving, such as: alert, forward, glad, jolly, keen, and sparkling.

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