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(of characters in literature or drama) evoking empathic or sympathetic feelings

easy to like


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The simple beauty of the panda as a symbol is that it is unlikely to provoke strong negative reactions anywhere in the world--after all, its perceived likeability is high almost everywhere.
TV-viewing audience, scores each ad in the exact same manner, and results are presented on a scale of 1 to 950, which represents scoring on creative attributes such as persuasion, likeability, information, attention, change, relevance, desire and watchability.
On the whole, Gluck's reworking possesses the same wholesome likeability including a winning title performance from Quvenzhane Wallis, who was Oscar nominated for Beasts Of The Southern Wild.
The study concluded that Brand and Message Recall, Likeability, and Purchase Intent were higher for a campaign that took place in May, as a result of a TV ad buy being extended to Viggle's platform.
It's easy to dismiss such measures of popularity but likeability affects your personal and professional success.
Likeability (5/ 5): Likeability is the newest app on the market that allows members to upload and share photos for other members to view, comment on, boost, and promote.
Sure, work performance matters to employers, but increasingly, so does likeability.
Swedish baker Almondy is urging caterers to tackle the perceived lack of value and availability of gluten-free foods and raise customers' low expectations of their likeability.
You've got to have the personality, the likeability," she said.
Take, for example, the group's likeability ranking.
Over two years, Montreal students in grades 1, 4 and 7 completed peer evaluations of their classmates and rated them in terms of aggression, likeability and social withdrawal.
Elaine is one of a rare group of famous faces who has pretty near universal likeability.
Absolutely not, says Michelle Tillis Lederman, author of The 11 Laws of Likeability.
Pegg's likeability factor has never stopped growing since he starred alongside Jessica Stevenson in cult television comedy Spaced in 1999.
Advertising likeability is of great importance to marketers.