liking

[ lahy-king ]SEE DEFINITION OF liking

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You might have helped me to a phrase—A conditional kind of liking!

Nor shall you hear from me any more till you have changed your name to my liking.

Much against my liking, I assure you, said my brother, rudely interrupting her.

"I have a liking for that north countryman," he remarked presently.

OBEY them by cheerfully and promptly doing their will, even when it is not to our liking.

The horse was restive, looking over its shoulder at him, not liking what was going on.

It is merely a case of not liking him less, but of liking my unknown man more.

Since his arrival in Canada, however, things had not been at all to his liking.

I thought my liking to that girl different from any other I have ever felt: it was pure—it was!

As he had a liking for the spot, he seldom let a week pass without paying a visit.

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