likable vs likeable

likable likeable

Definitions

  • 1) Capable of being liked.
  • 2) of a person Having qualities tending to result in being liked; friendly, personable.
  • 3) Pleasing; attractive.
  • 4) Such as can be liked; such as to attract liking; easy to like; evoking sympathy.
  • 5) disposed to please.

Definitions

  • 1) Alternative spelling of likable.
  • 2) See likable
  • 3) easy to like; agreeable

Examples

  • 1) It would help if there was one likable character.
  • 2) Yet it is also a very likable, funny and interesting book.
  • 3) The stars' likable performances make this flimsy romcom a better bet than you might imagine.
  • 4) The set-up may not be wildly original, but the characters are likable.
  • 5) This is only a small weakness, though, in what is a funny and likable film.
  • 6) It's likable, frequently funny and should become a series.
  • 7) The likable performances still count for something, but the film's main asset now is its value as a relic.
  • 8) Its dialogue is gauche at times, but that is part of its credible portrayal of its characters, a likable pair.
  • 9) To look at this step from another angle -- _if you would be likable, you must find other men likable_.
  • 10) Sooner or later it will become evident to most voters that being likable is not the same as being a good leader.
  • 11) CBS got two playoff holes Sunday — any overtime action helps TV sports ratings — and a sturdy storyline in likable Kenny Perry, 48, aiming to become the oldest Masters winner.
  • 12) Murkowski said she can't endorse Miller, who she says has espoused ideas outside the mainstream, or Scott McAdams, the Democratic challenger and small-town mayor she calls likable but inexperienced.
  • 13) Mickolai's character, though ultimately likable, is at times annoyingly flawless in his morals, military acumen, and financial wizardry.
  • 14) I’m about to really introduce my antagonist and the advice to make him likable is something I guess I knew, but hadn’t thought of in terms of my writing.
  • 15) I'm sure much of the draw is nostalgia, but I've even grown to like some of the later shorts, so I think there's something intrinsic to the whole thing that is just plain likable.
  • 16) It's a good story with very good characters, but not necessarily good as in likable.
  • 17) ‘Often times I have noted that it is very popular and likeable people that die young.’
  • 18) ‘A friendly and likeable fellow, Ritchie has all the people skills needed to keep the show on the road.’
  • 19) ‘His theology is fairly sound, and he is a very pleasant and likeable person.’
  • 20) ‘A friendly, likeable man with a rare sense of humour, he had a story for every hour of the day and every day of the week.’
  • 21) ‘Being a likeable person you get on well with neighbors and friends.’
  • 22) ‘He was such a charming and likeable man that you wanted to do things simply because he was Sergio.’
  • 23) ‘He presents the character as a wise, warm and generally likeable fellow not asking much out of life.’
  • 24) ‘But each one of them is intelligent, with strong, engaging, likeable personalities.’
  • 25) ‘He's a gentle giant who wouldn't want to hurt anyone, he's such a likeable person.’
  • 26) ‘He was very likeable and he was known to a lot of people, not only in the Moston area, but around Manchester too.’
  • 27) ‘Lack of confidence in my ability to be a likeable person who gets on well with others.’
  • 28) ‘Her desire to see the world and get out of the mundane makes her a likable character, despite her trance-like personality.’
  • 29) ‘I would like to think I am a likable person, fun to be with but I am not other people so I don't know.’
  • 30) ‘He was a good natured, kind and likeable gentleman who commanded much regard throughout the region’
  • 31) ‘He was the first owner of the second pub in Kilmovee and he became a very popular publican and a very likeable gentleman which he still is.’
  • 32) ‘Plausibly and endearingly awkward, Joe is an immensely likeable hero.’
  • 33) ‘For my own part I will retain a host of delightful memories of this very modest and ever so likeable man.’
  • 34) ‘A victory for the likeable Scott would be a popular one this week for everyone apart from the bookmakers.’
  • 35) ‘The characters are likable and believable, and the friendship between Grant and Paul comes across as authentic.’
  • 36) ‘Some of them engage the viewer with their characterisation, although not many people are very likable, despite the skill the actors bring to their parts.’

Examples

  • 1) The latter has not one likeable character and has predictable storylines.
  • 2) The main character is a likeable salesman down on his luck and unable to pay the rent.
  • 3) All of which is likeable and pleasant to watch.
  • 4) Yet all of this only serves to make him immensely likeable.
  • 5) This is a warm and likeable biography of a warm and likeable man.
  • 6) Miles is an idiosyncratic and likeable character.
  • 7) Pipe is immensely likeable yet instinctively quiet.
  • 8) His charm makes what should be an abhorrent character worryingly likeable.
  • 9) He was an immensely likeable companion away from the microphone and a most sympathetic colleague to work with.
  • 10) But those who knew him will remember him as a likeable man with a simple charm and warm impulsive nature.
  • 11) He was a quiet, likeable chap.
  • 12) Mr King is an enormously likeable man of great integrity but he has to go.
  • 13) This is a memorable first book, but short on likeable characters.
  • 14) This is an immensely likeable six-part family drama.
  • 15) He seems to have been a less than likeable man; certainly he was less than diplomatic.
  • 16) It's probably because of this that the characters are so likeable.
  • 17) The awful thing is that Beard is immensely likeable.
  • 18) But she's confident she can play a likeable character people will love.
  • 19) Not only was he fluent and persuasive, he was immensely likeable.
  • 20) He was a likeable chap, but as blunt and direct a character as you could wish to meet.
  • 21) My landlord is a likeable chap, but the plumbing and moth issues are longstanding and unlikely to be rectified.
  • 22) Yet despite these limitations, there's something very likeable about this film.
  • 23) Yet despite such limitations of taste there's something likeable about the way he has used the most direct route possible to get his messages across.
  • 24) For all the talking and posturing, there is something likeable about Mayweather.
  • 25) Other senior courtiers thought him'not naturally a likeable man '.
  • 26) ‘Often times I have noted that it is very popular and likeable people that die young.’
  • 27) ‘A friendly and likeable fellow, Ritchie has all the people skills needed to keep the show on the road.’
  • 28) ‘His theology is fairly sound, and he is a very pleasant and likeable person.’
  • 29) ‘A friendly, likeable man with a rare sense of humour, he had a story for every hour of the day and every day of the week.’
  • 30) ‘Being a likeable person you get on well with neighbors and friends.’
  • 31) ‘He was such a charming and likeable man that you wanted to do things simply because he was Sergio.’
  • 32) ‘He presents the character as a wise, warm and generally likeable fellow not asking much out of life.’
  • 33) ‘But each one of them is intelligent, with strong, engaging, likeable personalities.’
  • 34) ‘He's a gentle giant who wouldn't want to hurt anyone, he's such a likeable person.’
  • 35) ‘He was very likeable and he was known to a lot of people, not only in the Moston area, but around Manchester too.’
  • 36) ‘Lack of confidence in my ability to be a likeable person who gets on well with others.’
  • 37) ‘Her desire to see the world and get out of the mundane makes her a likable character, despite her trance-like personality.’
  • 38) ‘I would like to think I am a likable person, fun to be with but I am not other people so I don't know.’
  • 39) ‘He was a good natured, kind and likeable gentleman who commanded much regard throughout the region’
  • 40) ‘He was the first owner of the second pub in Kilmovee and he became a very popular publican and a very likeable gentleman which he still is.’
  • 41) ‘Plausibly and endearingly awkward, Joe is an immensely likeable hero.’
  • 42) ‘For my own part I will retain a host of delightful memories of this very modest and ever so likeable man.’
  • 43) ‘A victory for the likeable Scott would be a popular one this week for everyone apart from the bookmakers.’
  • 44) ‘The characters are likable and believable, and the friendship between Grant and Paul comes across as authentic.’
  • 45) ‘Some of them engage the viewer with their characterisation, although not many people are very likable, despite the skill the actors bring to their parts.’
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