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British Dictionary definitions for well-liked

well-liked

adjective (well liked when postpositive)
  1. liked by many people; popular
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  • Dacres was a favourite with his brother-officers and well-liked by the Lower Deck.

    The Dreadnought of the Air

    Percy F. Westerman

  • I have a splendid case against them because you are so well-liked on 214 the campus.

  • However that may be, he was well-liked and trusted in Virginia.

    Legends of Loudoun

    Harrison Williams

  • If you learn to use the exclamations, it makes you interesting and well-liked.

    Villa Elsa

    Stuart Henry

  • "You should thus be pleased that you are well-liked, Judy," asserted Adrienne.