|miellyttävä englanniksi||likable, dulcet, pleasant, sweet, lovely, pleasurable, likely, congenial|
: I suppose hes likable; why shouldnt he be?
: Shes a naturally likable person, with lots of friends.
*: Behold, how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!
: ux|en|We had a pleasant walk around the town.
: ux|en|It wasnt so hot outside, but pleasant enough to have lunch in the garden.
: a sweet apple
: Sweet wines are better dessert wines.
: sweet butter
*: Nothing has been found so effectual for preserving water sweet at sea, during long voyages, as charring the insides of the casks well before they are filled.
: a sweet scent
*: The breath of these flowers is sweet to me.
: sweet milk
: a sweet tune
*: a voice sweet, tremulous, but powerful
: a sweet child
: It was sweet of him to help out.
: sweet soil
: sweet crude oil
: The new Lexus was a sweet birthday gift.
: The attraction was mutual and instant; they were sweet on one another from first sight.
: sweet water
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: a sweet face; a sweet colour or complexion
*: Sweet interchange / Of hill and valley, rivers, woods, and plains.
: Can we see the sweet menu, please?
*: Wherefore frowns my sweet?
*: a wilderness of sweets
: the sweets of domestic life
: Its a lovely day and the sun is shining.
: The music box plays a lovely melody.
: The castle garden enchants visitors with its lovely blooms.
*: Not one so fair of face, of speech so lovely.
: It would be lovely to have a little more money to spend.
*: a most lovely gentlemanlike man
*: Many a lovely look on them he cast.
*: a lovely kiss
: a calendar depicting young lovelies in bikinis
: Goodbye, my lovely.
: Rain is likely later this afternoon.
: They are likely to become angry with him.
: Jones is a likely candidate for management.
: not a very likely excuse.
: a likely topic for investigation.
: found a likely spot under a shady tree for the picnic.
: He is likely to succeed at anything he tries.
: ux|en|Likely hell win the election in this economy.
: The congenial bartender makes the Hog’s Head an inviting place to hang out during the weekends.
*: What was it that made this notion of mimesis, in spite of its inherent difficulties that only the dialectical method enables him to avoid, seem so useful and congenial to Plato?