Meaning of lovably in English:


Pronunciation /ˈlʌvəbli/


(also loveably)

See lovable

‘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.’
  • ‘Everything that makes him such a charming, slightly oddball singer remains, not least in the lovably mundane lyrics.’
  • ‘These endearing traits are undeniably a large part of what made Max so loveably Max.’