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LI'KING, participle present tense of like.

1. Approving; being pleased with.

2. adjective Plump; full; of a good appearance. Daniel 1:10. obsolete

LI'KING, noun

1. A good state of body; healthful appearance; plumpness.

Their young ones are in good liking - Job 39:4.

2. State of trial. [Not used.]

3. Inclination; pleasure; as, this is an amusement to your liking

4. Delight in; pleasure in; with to.

He who has no liking to the whole, ought not to censure the parts.