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How to use likeable in a sentence

He was a likeable-looking fellow, well set-up and soldierly, but very young.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Church Street is the most likeable of all the streets of Stratford.
SUMMER DAYS IN SHAKESPEARE LANDCHARLES G. HARPER
He was a most likeable man, this big fellow, and an open-handed sport.
GET-RICH-QUICK WALLINGFORDGEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER
From all these remarks it appears that the defective is a likeable creature.
MENTALLY DEFECTIVE CHILDRENALFRED BINET
He could be likeable when he tried; she liked him, faintly, in that moment.
THE SEA BRIDEBEN AMES WILLIAMS
He smiled humorously at the other young man, a frank, likeable smile that softened magically the bluntness of his young mouth.
THE PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWSMARY HASTINGS BRADLEY
The decision was easy to make for Jim was likeable and both of the girls wanted the broadcast to be a success.
JANET HARDY IN RADIO CITYRUTHE S. WHEELER
But notwithstanding her up-to-date air of artificiality, there was something immensely likeable about Audrey Maynard.
THE HERMIT OF FAR ENDMARGARET PEDLER
He must, therefore, have been a likeable man, and those who knew him were fortunate persons.
THE INGOLDSBY COUNTRYCHARLES G. (CHARLES GEORGE) HARPER
He is an extremely likeable person and he is quite an adventurer.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY

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