Adjective "Lovable" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈlʌvəb(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Inspiring or deserving love or affection.
  1. 'he has a lovable, sweet personality'
  2. 'The family described Gary as the life and soul of the family and a loveable rogue.'
  3. 'A loveable and lively child he was described as a friendly and chatty little boy who always had a smile on his face.'
  4. 'What do you do with a dog that is so utterly naughty, vile and sneaky but otherwise loveable and cuddly?'
  5. 'This success was not, it has to be said, achieved through a loveable personality.'
  6. 'I loved him from the moment I saw him because he was so cute, sweet and loveable.'
  7. 'I was frustrated by his actions, one moment sweet and loveable, the next cold and harsh.'
  8. 'Two lovable rogues are discussing a mutual acquaintance who has just been released from prison.'
  9. 'All children need love and praise to feel confident and loveable.'
  10. 'He is a mixture of a genuine, loving and lovable personality, and a brilliant business mind.'
  11. 'People who knew him, including his teachers, would describe him as a lovable, cheeky rogue.'

Definitions

1. of such a nature as to attract love; deserving love; amiable; endearing.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be lovable at times."

"people can be lovable."

"characters can be lovable."

"rascals can be lovable."

"eccentrics can be lovable."

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