lovable vs loveable

lovable loveable

Definitions

  • 1) Inspiring love or affection.
  • 2) Having characteristics that attract love or affection.
  • 3) Having qualities that excite, or are fitted to excite, love; worthy of love.
  • 4) having characteristics that attract love or affection
  • 5) Praiseworthy.

Definitions

  • 1) Alternative form of lovable.
  • 2) See lovable.
  • 3) having characteristics that attract love or affection

Examples

  • 1) But then my father's a lovable but crazy man.
  • 2) And only then can you decide whether he is still the lovable person you thought he was.
  • 3) He was the eternal lovable rogue.
  • 4) He is not a lovable character.
  • 5) He's always been the lovable rogue for the public to get behind and adore.
  • 6) Get practical and make a list of why you're lovable person.
  • 7) They were rock's first lovable losers.
  • 8) The result is a balanced, touching and enlightening portrait of a great writer and a curiously lovable man.
  • 9) Sergeant is an intelligent, lovable cuddly man whose judgment on all manner of things is trusted by the viewing public.
  • 10) You're clearly a lovable person.
  • 11) My memory will be of an unfailingly courteous, generous and lovable man who kept his powder dry but out of sight.
  • 12) He was an immensely charming, kind, lovable man.
  • 13) An odd book, then, about an unforgettable and lovable man.
  • 14) The ride mixes the lovable characters from the 1937 Disney classic with thrills for all the family.
  • 15) Years ago, we recall, it made a similar show about lovable riverbank creatures.
  • 16) Script I am a lovable person.
  • 17) A tribute to the lovable rogue is aired just before his final Coronation Street episode.
  • 18) MANY of us grew up with those cute and lovable Mr. Men characters from the beloved childhood books.
  • 19) The lovable character with wide appeal, and a warm setup that pulls in the audience and the advertising, is what pays the rent.
  • 20) He was known as'the lovable loser' because he accepted defeat with good grace and was able to boost his business through friendships made in sailing.
  • 21) By this point, we're liable to transform what we call our lovable land of music known as
  • 22) Make a lot of them really funny, relatable, and/or just plain lovable and charming.
  • 23) That blending of macabre with the lovable is executed very well in the film.
  • 24) Where did that term lovable loser come from, I wonder?
  • 25) But then, a certain lovable someone (who prefers to remain anonymous) bought me a darling new digital camera -- right around the time that some damn fool went and hooked me up with a Flickr account ... and then somebody else was kind enough to -- out of the blue -- set me up with a paid Flickr account.
  • 26) The boy, hapless but lovable, is drawn with exaggerated features, thick lips and wide-open eyes.
  • 27) A type at once grotesque and lovable is the cabalist of Astarac.
  • 28) But what makes Selma Lagerlöf's writings so lovable is that we always seem to hear in them an echo of the most peculiar, the strongest, and the best things that have ever moved the soul of the Swedish people.
  • 29) In some circles, the word lovable would and should never be applied to blacks or gays.
  • 30) ‘She came back to Hampshire to live with her father, a lovable rogue who taught her how to get the things she wanted from life.’
  • 31) ‘All children need love and praise to feel confident and loveable.’
  • 32) ‘This success was not, it has to be said, achieved through a loveable personality.’
  • 33) ‘He is a mixture of a genuine, loving and lovable personality, and a brilliant business mind.’
  • 34) ‘Two lovable rogues are discussing a mutual acquaintance who has just been released from prison.’
  • 35) ‘She'd never seem him look as sweet and lovable as he did then.’
  • 36) ‘Christopher is compelling and loveable in his lack of guile, but I quickly found myself pitying him rather than seeing him as an equal.’
  • 37) ‘He is an extremely friendly, loveable dog, with a quiet nature.’
  • 38) ‘Before he could accept that someone else loved him, he had to believe that he was loveable himself.’
  • 39) ‘I was frustrated by his actions, one moment sweet and loveable, the next cold and harsh.’
  • 40) ‘A loveable and lively child he was described as a friendly and chatty little boy who always had a smile on his face.’
  • 41) ‘A lovable rogue has been recognised for his bravery nearly 100 years after his death.’
  • 42) ‘The family described Gary as the life and soul of the family and a loveable rogue.’
  • 43) ‘What do you do with a dog that is so utterly naughty, vile and sneaky but otherwise loveable and cuddly?’
  • 44) ‘I loved him from the moment I saw him because he was so cute, sweet and loveable.’
  • 45) ‘This furry scrap of a creature was of course completely lovable and endearing, but only to people who like cats.’
  • 46) ‘He could also have won many more major tournaments but his lifestyle was against it - he was a loveable rogue, though.’
  • 47) ‘People who knew him, including his teachers, would describe him as a lovable, cheeky rogue.’
  • 48) ‘Paul was such a loveable character - a one-off who loved working with and riding horses.’
  • 49) ‘From it, we emerge with an even greater respect and affection for the most loved and lovable poet of the last century.’

Examples

  • 1) But then my father's a lovable but crazy man.
  • 2) And only then can you decide whether he is still the lovable person you thought he was.
  • 3) He was the eternal lovable rogue.
  • 4) He is not a lovable character.
  • 5) He's always been the lovable rogue for the public to get behind and adore.
  • 6) Get practical and make a list of why you're lovable person.
  • 7) They were rock's first lovable losers.
  • 8) The result is a balanced, touching and enlightening portrait of a great writer and a curiously lovable man.
  • 9) Sergeant is an intelligent, lovable cuddly man whose judgment on all manner of things is trusted by the viewing public.
  • 10) You're clearly a lovable person.
  • 11) My memory will be of an unfailingly courteous, generous and lovable man who kept his powder dry but out of sight.
  • 12) He was an immensely charming, kind, lovable man.
  • 13) An odd book, then, about an unforgettable and lovable man.
  • 14) The ride mixes the lovable characters from the 1937 Disney classic with thrills for all the family.
  • 15) Years ago, we recall, it made a similar show about lovable riverbank creatures.
  • 16) Script I am a lovable person.
  • 17) A tribute to the lovable rogue is aired just before his final Coronation Street episode.
  • 18) MANY of us grew up with those cute and lovable Mr. Men characters from the beloved childhood books.
  • 19) The lovable character with wide appeal, and a warm setup that pulls in the audience and the advertising, is what pays the rent.
  • 20) He was known as'the lovable loser' because he accepted defeat with good grace and was able to boost his business through friendships made in sailing.
  • 21) London kicked off its leg of the catwalk calendar on Friday as journalists and buyers descended on the British capital to see what city known as the loveable rogue of fashion has in store for next spring.
  • 22) Derek, described as a loveable "wheeler dealer", was found lying in a pool of blood by his German business partner Andreas Langweider.
  • 23) Chafets presented Limbaugh as a kind of loveable teddy bear who was naturally "tickled to be taken out to eat on The New York Times."
  • 24) Child A pens a tale about a funfair, one of those 'loveable' rogues, a member of the lower classes, probably sucking benefits whenever possible.
  • 25) Andre Dice Clay lacked that "loveable" side that Cohen seems able to generate even while being obnoxious.
  • 26) Everybody knew someone like Div, a kind of loveable mess whom all your instincts warned you not to trust, but still you couldn't help doing so; after which you only had yourself to blame.
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