How to use Relatable in a sentence
Her lyrics are innocent and relatable to the intended audience, and Cyrus herself performs with unbridled energy.
In the end, these are people who are tangible and their lives are relatable to your own in some manner.
The characters are often relatable, the phrasing funny.
It'll just be very biblical themes; very honest; very relatable to a wide range of people.
The author uses pathos when she unfolds the tragic backstory of the relatable villain.Advertisement
By journaling the personal stories behind the dishes, you make the recipe scrapbook relatable to readers.
Additionally, the website had a list of relatable links and resources that provide guidance for starting a seniors and Triad program, as well as dealing with other senior issues.
Many local newspapers can do what U.S. News and World Report has done and list all relatable articles under one heading.
The entire book rest on biblical beliefs and the importance of prayer, but it is designed in such a way that one can use several of the passages so that they are relatable to a whole host of people, from a parent, to a friend, to a child.
Song Lee and the Leech Man by Suzy Kline is an easily relatable book with great opportunities to teach some admirable character traits.Advertisement
Pictures taken by photojournalists help illustrate news events and make stories more relatable to viewers or readers.
Talking stuffed animals are often popular with this demographic because it is something relatable - some can read them a story, others spout out lines from favorite movies, and still others respond to commands and words spoken by the child.
That their stories have a foundation in real life makes the Coronation Street characters even more relatable to the average viewer.
If you've ever really listened to Colbie Caillat lyrics, then you know they are simple, yet extremely relatable.