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Difference between 'Lovable' and 'Lovely'


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Lovable
Lovable is an adjective and means 'worthy of love'.

Lovely
Lovely is an adjective and means 'beautiful'.


Sample Usage

Lovable
1. He has a lovable character.
2. A lovable child.
3. A mischievous but lovable child.

Lovely
1. It is a lovely child.
2. She looked lovely in that dress.
3. She is a lovely girl.


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