lovable

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Who was ever more agreeable and lovable than Malbone last night?

The women are of all types, from the most loathsome to the most lovable.

In this lovable mystery we journeyed all the rest of that morning.

Dear happy, lovable youth that can sing to itself like that in the deep night!

Some are delightfully ingenuous, with the lovable simplicity of the child.

Never was she so dear to me as now, so sweet, so lovable, so gentle.

Reared in luxury, he was handsome as a girl and as lovable in disposition.

Far more than that, he was a most interesting and lovable companion and friend.

In addition to which he really seems to be loving and lovable in his family.

And yet, 'the man Moses was very meek'; the most humble and lovable of men.

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