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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlikinglik‧ing /ˈlaɪkɪŋ/ noun  1 liking for somebody/something2 take a liking to somebody/something3 be to somebody’s liking4 for somebody’s liking
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likingThe friendship had blossomed, and mutual respect had turned to a deep liking.Instinct told her that he was planning something for her and it might not be to her liking.There were too many variables for his liking, but he had committed himself now.The question of his liking or disliking Tolstoy simply does not arise.He found the train far more to his liking.He showed a particular liking for Richard who took full advantage of the situation, though it caused Edward some uneasiness.Newman looked at him with no particular liking.