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  • n. likeability

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Examples

  • But Matt buried any possible personal likeableness still further, by proudly informing us he's a member of MENSA.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: The 12th Coming

  • You could scarcely have given a novelist a harder case than to prove the likeableness of _Cherry Mart_, as her actions show her in _September_

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-01-28

  • I could not help feeling sorry for the poor devil because, coward though he was, his was one of those personalities that carried with it a sort of likeableness, somewhat after the fashion of our time-honored

    S.O.S. Stand to!

  • Not that he understood a word of it, but that he did understand the something behind the speech that informed the string of sounds with all the mysterious likeableness that white gods possessed.

    Chapter 4

  • The acoustic covers section confused after she promised four English songs before grappling with four American ones, but I'm still not sure that for all its likeableness, this dazzling, gaudy spectacle was wholly suitable for the pre-teen hordes.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • She has the credibility, knowledge, experience, warmth of delivery and general likeableness that you want from your news anchor.

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  • Or is the opposite true, "that the success of Auntie Mame is part of the great collective lie of national likeableness that Italians recite every day," Mr. Fofi asked.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Vincent Gallo in person and rehashing who said what when at Cannes, what comes across is Gallo's sincerity, his sheer likeableness even, and surprisingly to many, no doubt, his straightforward confidence in what he's about:

    GreenCine Daily

  • Craze's first novel, By the Shore, written nearly 10 years back and also about May, then 12, won praise for its sensibility, delicacy and sheer likeableness.

    Books news, reviews and author interviews | guardian.co.uk

  • A lot of political books have come out recently, but few are novels, and I believe this book’s timeliness and the “likeableness” of its characters could make this a successful project.

    12/24/2006 - 12/31/2006

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