likeable

[lahy-kuh-buhl]
adjective

unlikeable, adjective
unlikeableness, noun
unlikeably, adverb
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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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likeable
also likable, 1730, from like (v.) + -able.
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Example sentences
They are so lively and likeable it seems churlish to suggest that she overrates
  their importance.
The central character is a likeable and dedicated policeman with a dry sense of
  humour.
He explains what made them likeable, and what made them maddening.
The two are earnest, likeable, committed and throughly decent.
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