Related formslik·a·ble·ness, lik·a·bil·i·ty, like·a·ble·ness, like·a·bil·i·ty, nounun·lik·a·ble, un·like·a·ble, adjectiveun·lik·a·ble·ness, un·like·a·ble·ness, nounun·lik·a·bly, un·like·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for likeable
Likeable Republican Senate candidate Cory Gardner eked out a major win Tuesday night.
In Colorado, Gardner too comes across as likeable, apparently a new thing for conservatives.With Ernst and Gardner, Republicans Think They’ve Found the Formula|Eleanor Clift|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yet the distinction between good, bad, and likeable remains one of the most difficult mysteries to unravel.The Witty Genius of YouTube’s CinemaSins: Everything Wrong with Your Favorite Movie|Rich Goldstein|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is the lead character Hannah, played by Lena Dunham, intended to be likeable or odious?
At the same time, she also needs to be relatable and likeable.Calling Christine Quinn A Bully Isn’t Sexist – It’s Progress|Peggy Drexler|March 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The decision was easy to make for Jim was likeable and both of the girls wanted the broadcast to be a success.Janet Hardy in Radio City|Ruthe S. Wheeler
He smiled humorously at the other young man, a frank, likeable smile that softened magically the bluntness of his young mouth.The Palace of Darkened Windows|Mary Hastings Bradley
Poor Philip, who was so kind, so likeable, so everything but loved by her.The Angel of Pain|E. F. Benson
In short, the only likeable person in the book is honest Silas Foster, who alone gives one the notion of a man of flesh and blood.Yesterdays with Authors|James T. Fields
But under the bushy brows gleamed brown eyes that were warm and friendly and he had a likeable smile.Slim Evans and his Horse Lightning|Graham M. Dean