likable

[ lahy-kuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF likable

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The girl was amusing enough, and, indeed, a most likable person at her best.

But he explained that and—and—well, he can be so nice and likable, that I forgave him.

Because they were so likable and intelligent and adaptable—they were vastly dangerous!

Good fellow all right, and, for a 'sphinx' as you call him, likable.

A likable chap, this Thorpe, but lazy—just an idler—he had concluded.

You had not only to do it but you had to like it, not because it was likable, but because it was your duty.

Scotland knew what she wanted and got it, a pert, a solid, a likable girl.

But he's a likable man, and he may be telling the truth; I don't know.

He was not handsome but his eyes were friendly and there was a quality about him that was most likable.

College is different, likable too; but it never takes the place of school.

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