Definition of lovable in English:

lovable

Line breaks: lov¦able
Pronunciation: /ˈlʌvəb(ə)l
 
/
(also loveable)

adjective

Derivatives

lovability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • I adored my quota of kittens, puppies, guinea pigs, hamsters and polecats, but infant pigs have extra loveability.
  • I'm interested to know if we're talking about influence or loveability here.
  • But some performers understand the true craft of acting; playing different people of different mettle, not just endlessly advancing stardom and lovability.

lovableness

noun
More example sentences
  • This love is dependant on the ‘loveableness’ of the object being loved.
  • I hope that confessing the loveableness of your offspring inspires neither your rage nor jealousy.
  • This is the other side of his lovableness, and here again we are on altogether firm historical ground.

lovably

adverb
More example sentences
  • I adored the loveably flawed animal characters he created.
  • Behind the lovably telegenic pontiff was a medieval despot.
  • Justin strikes poses in silhouette behind the curtain, ending with a lovably cheesy two-thumbs-up gesture.

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