likable

[lahy-kuh-buhl]
adjective
readily or easily liked; pleasing: a likable young man.
Also, likeable.


Origin:
1720–30; like2 + -able

likableness, likability, noun
unlikable, adjective
unlikableness, noun
unlikably, adverb


genial, attractive, winsome, engaging.
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likable or likeable (ˈlaɪkəbəl)
 
adj
easy to like; pleasing
 
likeable or likeable
 
adj
 
lika'bility or likeable
 
n
 
likea'bility or likeable
 
n
 
'likableness or likeable
 
n
 
'likeableness or likeable
 
n

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Example sentences
He was only elected because he was likable and was an excellent campaigner.
In the memories of his friends, he appears rather shy and reserved and quietly
  likable.
Repellent figures may become interesting and even likable to the reader as they
  grow older.
He's not entirely likable, doesn't seem to care, is full of vim and vitriol and
  everything is allowed in his worldview.
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