How to use Likable in a sentence

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  • She's very, very likable, and I'm thrilled to have her."

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  • And they are very likable characters too and the voice acting is also very good.

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  • Sometimes we forget how powerful this is. d. Relational This is the person who is very relational and warm is likable.

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  • That gives it a really likable, kind of ' retro ' quality.

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  • Characters - Your characters must evoke strong reactions, meaning they must be likable or unlikable.

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  • He is also an instantly likable and an excellent mixer, with a quiet but keen sense of humor.

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  • We then see Reece driving around... Jo, an extremely likable character, is clearly in danger; a sense of foreboding lingers.

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  • As usual, Chris Bennett and her husband, Jack, are so likable.

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  • Sometimes we forget how powerful this is. d. relational This is the person who is very relational and warm is likable.

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  • Taking control of your stress will make you a more productive, likable and happier person.

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  • Chrono Trigger was about a romp through time and had a set of characters that were likable and a story that was made to be played several times through.

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  • Try to exude a likable quality that makes the gals in the crowd - and your female competitors - like you as well.

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  • What is especially likable about the pair that is available there is that it comes in a gold metal finish.

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  • At least until 2017, O.J. Simpson will be in prison, a far cry from the football star and likable personality he once was.

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  • The City has been met with a good reception from the public largely in part because Whitney is so likable and people were getting a little tired of Lauren Conrad.

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