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easy to love

Synonyms for lovable

having characteristics that attract love or affection



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And the Lennon comparison can be extended--for instance, Meg White's drumming is even more loveably primitive than Ringo's.
POOR prequel to the hit Jim Carrey comedy that follows two younger versions of the loveably dumb Harry and Lloyd as they stumble their way through high school life and find themselves at the centre of a fraud scam by the principal.
Frequency: Once again an action thriller that has a lot to offer women, notably the loveably roguish Dennis Quaid and the easy on the eye Jim Caviezel.
All that dancing gives the panto an enjoyably brisk pace but amidst everything Sam Thackray still manages to own the stage as the lewd yet loveably outrageous Sarah the Cook.
Downstairs there is the feel of an intimate old-fashioned boozer like its predecessor, a freehouse complete with Bombardier and Directors as the two mainstay real ales supplemented by the loveably rich Theakstons Dark Mild.
He steals almost all the laughs as he gamely throws his ridiculous slicked-up haircut into a goofy dance while listening to his MP3 player and attempts to conceal his identity by adopting a ridiculous raspy voice; he's just loveably funny.
In the first of a double bill, the loveably useless actor is thrilled to be moving into his new apartment.
He was hilariously stupid in Anchorman, loveably geeky in The 40-Year-Old Virgin and sarcastically brilliant in Little Miss Sunshine.
The loveably coy Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery took Coxon's fragile vocals to new levels and although his interaction with the crowd was limited to the first few rows, you could tell the catharsis of touring is a really healthy alternative to rehab.
The loveably inept gang's simple, chaotic lack of preparation and unswerving, patriotism would have struggled to disrupt a Boy Scout camp, let alone the invading Hun.
The band return to find a new Britpop vanguard has been installed and subsequently taken their position as the loveably cheeky tunesmiths.
Starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, who met like many comedians and actors before them at Cambridge Footlights, Peep Show is shot from the viewpoint of the core characters - the loveably pathetic Mark and Jez.
Joe Viterelli is excellent, too, as a loveably dim goon with a knack for stating the obvious.
Badham went from likeably shy to loveably incandescent.
That and Wossy's ability to be loveably rude to his guests.