from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of lovable.
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- adj. Alternative form of lovable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See lovable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having characteristics that attract love or affection
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London kicked off its leg of the catwalk calendar on Friday as journalists and buyers descended on the British capital to see what city known as the loveable rogue of fashion has in store for next spring.
Derek, described as a loveable "wheeler dealer", was found lying in a pool of blood by his German business partner Andreas Langweider.
Chafets presented Limbaugh as a kind of loveable teddy bear who was naturally "tickled to be taken out to eat on The New York Times."
Child A pens a tale about a funfair, one of those 'loveable' rogues, a member of the lower classes, probably sucking benefits whenever possible.
Andre Dice Clay lacked that "loveable" side that Cohen seems able to generate even while being obnoxious.
Everybody knew someone like Div, a kind of loveable mess whom all your instincts warned you not to trust, but still you couldn't help doing so; after which you only had yourself to blame.
He is one of the most "loveable" beings I ever knew.
Without a shelter, your 'loveable' animals would dead all over the streets.
Good ol 'loveable' arry, he just can't keep his Churchill chops quiet.
Although "Big Bad Mucus" is not as "loveable" as "Mr. Mucus," the new icon may have been inspired by two other, loveable, icons: John Travolta (who played an amiable biker in the movie "Wild Hogs") and Shrek.