Definition for relatable

adjective as in identifiable

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The site got its start with wonky, yet relatable political analysis that resembled the early days of web blogging.

From Axios

Write relatable material, but make it something that’s specific to you and your story.

From Ozy

The Smallest Light in the Universe, by Sara SeagerAstrophysicist Sara Seager links the death of her husband to her lifelong search for stars and other planets in this relatable, beautiful memoir of motherhood and science.

For her, there wasn’t any specific reason, other than that Bry seemed more relatable.

Keep improving with data analysisNo matter how good marketers think their content is, there are always ways to make it more targeted, more relatable and more relevant.

From Digiday

The point of these exercises is to make centuries-old texts relatable; their characters understandable.

There's a huge difference between portraying these young women as relatable and making them seem unremarkable.

The movie was aggressively fun, and, despite its sci-fi setting and outlandish plot, somehow relatable.

Instead, Ernst is seen as a “likable, relatable person” who is cut “from the cloth of small-town Iowa.”

Her stories, aside from being laugh-out-loud hysterical, are relatable.

She must be told of the beauties and dimensions of Stornham, all relatable details of Rosy's life must be generously dwelt on.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relatable, such as: engaging, empathetic, responsive, sympathetic, understandable, and accessible.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.