well-liked

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Adjective[edit]

well-liked (comparative more well-liked, superlative most well-liked)

  1. Alternative form of well liked
    • 2020 June 3, Lilian Greenwood talks to Paul Stephen, “Rail's 'underlying challenges' remain”, in Rail, page 35:
      He's also well-liked and respected in parliament, which is important in trying to take the work of the committee forward.
      [Strictly speaking, it should read "well liked", as it is non-attributive use.]