adorable


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a·dor·a·ble

 (ə-dôr′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Delightful, lovable, and charming: an adorable set of twins.
2. Worthy of adoration.

a·dor′a·bil′i·ty, a·dor′a·ble·ness n.
a·dor′a·bly adv.

adorable

(əˈdɔːrəbəl)
adj
1. very attractive; charming; lovable
2. rare deserving or eliciting adoration
aˈdorableness n
aˈdorably adv

a•dor•a•ble

(əˈdɔr ə bəl, əˈdoʊr-)

adj.
1. very attractive or charming: an adorable child.
2. worthy of being adored.
[1605–15; < Latin]
a•dor′a•ble•ness, a•dor`a•bil′i•ty, n.
a•dor′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.adorable - lovable especially in a childlike or naive wayadorable - lovable especially in a childlike or naive way
lovable, loveable - having characteristics that attract love or affection; "a mischievous but lovable child"

adorable

adjective lovable, pleasing, appealing, dear, sweet, attractive, charming, precious, darling, fetching, delightful, cute, captivating, cutesy (informal, chiefly U.S.) By the age of thirty I had three adorable children.
despicable, displeasing, hateful, unlovable, unlikable or unlikeable

adorable

adjective
Easy to love:
Translations
جَدِير بِالعِبَادَه
rozkošný
elskelig
imádni való
dásamlegur, elskulegur
prikupen

adorable

[əˈdɔːrəbl] ADJadorable, encantador

adorable

[əˈdɔːrəbəl] adj [child, baby, puppy] → adorable

adorable

adjbezaubernd, hinreißend; she is adorablesie ist ein Schatz

adorable

[əˈdɔːrəbl] adjadorabile

adore

(əˈdoː) verb
1. to love or like very much. He adores his children.
2. to worship.
aˈdorable adjective
an adorable little baby.
aˈdorably adverb
ˌadoˈration (ӕdə-) noun
worship or great love.
aˈdoring adjective
adoring parents.
aˈdoringly adverb
References in classic literature ?
And after that, the bridesmaids begin to come by rail- road from various parts of the country, and to come like adorable recruits enlisted by a sergeant not present; for, on arriving at the Veneering depot, they are in a barrack of strangers.
One of them is a little Anglaise, of about twenty--a little figure de keepsake; the most adorable miss that you ever, or at least that I ever beheld.
You will tell me that I am adorable; everything that is captivating.
Impelled by the combination of Misfortunes under which I laboured, namely Fear, Cold and Hunger I hesitated not to ask admittance which at length I have gained; and now my Adorable Laura (continued he taking my Hand) when may I hope to receive that reward of all the painfull sufferings I have undergone during the course of my attachment to you, to which I have ever aspired.
"It is, indeed, adorable Julia, and it is also a strong THING.
She replied, with a mixture of modest evasiveness and adorable simplicity, that she had sometimes seen gentlemen angling from a meadow-bank about a quarter of a mile below her flower-garden.
I took my sad heart's fill of the sad story of "Paolo and Francesca," which I already knew in Leigh Hunt's adorable dilution, and most of the lines read themselves into my memory, where they linger yet.
She had the most adorable little nose and large brown eyes--he would describe her to Hayward--and masses of soft brown hair, the sort of hair it was delicious to bury your face in, and a skin which was like ivory and sunshine, and her cheek was like a red, red rose.
Adorable they must in truth have been, I now reflect, that I didn't in these days hate them!
"Adorable Princess," said Aladdin to her, accosting her, and saluting her respectfully, "if I have the misfortune to have displeased you by my boldness in aspiring to the possession of so lovely a creature, I must tell you that you ought to blame your bright eyes and charms, not me."
If the veil of melancholy over those adorable features had not still appeared to the young man as the last trace of the weird drama in whose toils that mysterious child was struggling, he could have believed that Christine was not its heroine at all.