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Definition of Likableness
1. [n -ES]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Likableness
Literary usage of Likableness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"But the dull green in 44 as well as the pea-soup color may derive its likableness partly from codes of art got from custom. Yet I think there is a strong ..."
2. The Quarterly Journal of Economics by Harvard University (1888)
"Similarly, the agreeableness of a thing depends not merely on its own likableness, but on the number of people who can be got to like it. ..."
3. The Life of Mary Lyon by Beth Bradford Gilchrist (1910)
"While her intellect was capturing their imaginations, her likableness was winning the hearts of her schoolmates. Amanda White, the Squire's graceful ..."
4. A History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker (1918)
"Educated in Rome for a civil career, his talents, integrity, and likableness led to his appointment, about 374, as governor of a considerable part ..."
5. To Girls: A Budget of Letters by Heloise Edwina Hersey (1902)
"Now few, if any, of these qualities belong to the really fundamental elements of likableness. Every one of them may be possessed by a woman who is selfish ..."