Liking [noun]

Definition of Liking:

fondness, taste

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Sentence/Example of Liking:

I would gladly have returned the item and replaced it with something of his liking.

The corporate titans seem to believe that the only way to get a democracy to their liking is to eliminate all threats to the Democratic Party’s unified control of government.

After navigating to SurferSEO’s Content Editor, you plug in the query that you want to gather intel on, change the settings to your liking, and hit “Create a query”.

Lighting — both natural and artificial — is hugely important to how we feel throughout the day, and being able to customize the lights to your exact likings is one of the huge plusses of working from home.

While both parties support items like a second round of $1,200 stimulus checks, enhanced unemployment benefits, and more aid for small businesses, each side has held back from making a deal in hopes of getting a package more to their liking.

Liking for a single colour is a considerably smaller display of mind than an appreciation of the relation of two colours.

Who could have believed that only a fortnight ago these same figures were clean as new pins; smart and well-liking!

I did not perceive that they had any great liking to them at first, neither did they seem to admire anything that we had.

Well, I am glad, for no more can I. I can't think of her liking for papa and baby and all of us to be left to ourselves.

His tie with her was slight, her husband, a clergyman, little to his liking; he had not been near them for several years.