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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlikablelik‧a‧ble, likeable /ˈlaɪkəbəl/ adjective  NICElikable people are nice and easy to like a friendly likeable little boysee thesaurus at nice
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likableOne of the reasons Beavis and Butt-head are likable, after all, is their imperviousness to the outside world.But these likable characters are too moderately sketched to have any compelling dimension.But my gut reaction was that, despite his reputation for being hot tempered, he was a friendly, likable child.His Toshi is a heroic character whose naivete and haunted past are shed in this exceedingly likable coming-of-age story.He was a nice guy, a likable guy.The professor was likable, it was the sixties, not having your creative juices flowing was understandable.Larry Flynt presents the infamous pornographer as a likable slob who faced down the big guys and won.Now she found herself falling in love with her handsome, likable teacher.
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