Definition of best-loved in English:


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Most popular or favoured: he is one of Britain’s best-loved actors
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  • Cordelia is the youngest and best-loved daughter of King Lear.
  • She is one of America's best-loved writers, and has published over 100 books.
  • As Casablanca takes its place among Hollywood's most familiar and best-loved films, it shows that popularity breeds even greater popularity.

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