Likes [verb]

Definition of Likes:

enjoy, be fond of

Opposite/Antonyms of Likes:

Sentence/Example of Likes:

He likes to have plenty of time to express all his ideas and tell you a good many anecdotes in between!

Society likes their genial companionship, and they are favourites with, and favoured alike by young and old.

But he may take it out in installments just as he likes, drawing many things one month and few the next.

Surely it is not urbane to throw on another the burden of saying that he likes not the smell or the inhaling of burning tobacco.

Ma she likes to hear letters read, too, and once we got one from my aunt who lives out west.

He likes to hear me talk though; I have made several bright remarks for the pleasure of the sunbeam in his eyes.

You can never be rude if you bear the rule always in mind, for what lady likes to be treated rudely?

He likes a man to speak out his mind like a man, which you know is very condescending on his part.

How that girl who has so many faster horses of her own likes to ride behind my darling pet!

"He likes the old home best," said Jess Cordyce, smiling at him and patting his rough back.