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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlovablelov‧a‧ble, loveable /ˈlʌvəbəl/ adjective  LOVEfriendly and attractive a sweet lovable child
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lovableWhat is it about some women that makes them find killers so lovable?There was something lovable about that shape.As you grow older, some of those uncertainties - such as whether or not you are lovable - are settled one way or another.Crawford is best known to television audiences as a lovable idiot.What the future entails is some very contemporary music slipped into concerts featuring lovable old favorites.Franz, the egregiously angry Detective Andy Sipowicz, was his usual unforgivable / lovable self times 10.Lysander, her hero, is a lovable thicko who isn't even terribly proficient in bed.How lovable we are - or so the myth goes - is tightly interwoven with how beautiful we are.
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