well-liked adjective (well liked when postpositive)
- liked by many people; popular
Related Words for well-liked fashionable, favored, famous, attractive, beloved, trendy, suitable, prominent, approved, loved, dear, favorite, respected, popular, hallowed, prized, treasured, cherished, well-liked, esteemed Examples from the Web for well-liked Contemporary Examples of well-liked
A talented, well-liked artist like Zoe Keating makes about $6,000 for being streamed over 400,000 times.
December 3, 2014
McGeehan personally knows Upadhyaya and describes him as “a warm, gentle, and well-liked human rights activist.”
September 5, 2014
Much of the explanation is personal—the reserved, sometimes prickly politico has never been well-liked.
May 21, 2014
One Japanese reporter likened her persona to Goldie Hawn on the old Laugh-In: “She was well-liked for being ditzy.”
May 9, 2014
He found his teacher, a well-liked geography instructor, in class with around 20 students.
Andrew S. Bowen
February 4, 2014
Historical Examples of well-liked
Dacres was a favourite with his brother-officers and well-liked by the Lower Deck.
Percy F. Westerman
I have a splendid case against them because you are so well-liked on 214 the campus.
However that may be, he was well-liked and trusted in Virginia.
If you learn to use the exclamations, it makes you interesting and well-liked.
“You should thus be pleased that you are well-liked, Judy,” asserted Adrienne.