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  • adverb In a relatable manner.

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Examples

  • In her seven years overseeing Sci Fi programming, its series have been repositioned not as fantastic adventures but relatably soul-driven dramas.

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  • In her seven years overseeing Sci Fi programming, its series have been repositioned not as fantastic adventures but relatably soul-driven dramas.

    SciFi, Battlestar Galactic and respect

  • Eminem started the movement by re-inventing himself into a relatably tortured torch-bearer with "Not Afraid," and in a knock-out punch wowed audiences and critics with the introspective window into domestic abuse on "Love the Way You Lie," also catapulting

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  • However, there is something genuinely refreshing about seeing a relatably normal looking woman on tv performing with unreserved enthusiasm and competence, and I don't think it's shameful that people feel such a huge amount of relief at being able to appreciate the talents of someone who doesn't look like they're made of plastic for a change.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • However, there is something genuinely refreshing about seeing a relatably normal looking woman on tv performing with unreserved enthusiasm and competence, and I don't think it's shameful that people feel such a huge amount of relief at being able to appreciate the talents of someone who doesn't look like they're made of plastic for a change.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Heroes, treats the recent discovery that he's got the gift of teleportation with a giddiness that I find relatably dorky.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Heroes, treats the recent discovery that he's got the gift of teleportation with a giddiness that I find relatably dorky.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • However, there is something genuinely refreshing about seeing a relatably normal looking woman on tv performing with unreserved enthusiasm and competence, and I don't think it's shameful that people feel such a huge amount of relief at being able to appreciate the talents of someone who doesn't look like they're made of plastic for a change.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • However, there is something genuinely refreshing about seeing a relatably normal looking woman on tv performing with unreserved enthusiasm and competence, and I don't think it's shameful that people feel such a huge amount of relief at being able to appreciate the talents of someone who doesn't look like they're made of plastic for a change.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • However, there is something genuinely refreshing about seeing a relatably normal looking woman on tv performing with unreserved enthusiasm and competence, and I don't think it's shameful that people feel such a huge amount of relief at being able to appreciate the talents of someone who doesn't look like they're made of plastic for a change.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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