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Endearing in a sentence

anything other than endearing.
It was this endearing habit of.
Most find this quality endearing.
There was something so endearing.
endearing as their church, however.
And it was an endearing nervousness.
That was the other endearing trait Mrs.

He looked sweet while sleeping, endearing.
This affinity is endearing and captivating.
It was endearing, in an annoying sort of.
She found this both disturbing and endearing.
Not the most endearing term, Tom answered.
Not one of her most endearing habits, he had to.
One of the endearing things about mathematicians.
Fiona’s heart melted with the endearing nickname.
the speared and bloody heel his endearing humanity,.
endearing than Klingon faces, as if they were Vulcan.
He found it endearing that she was such a tender soul.
It was a character trait that Matthew found very endearing.
He was too endearing to tell him to leave, so I let him in.
endearing to Hank who stood his ground, never saying a word.
You are a collector’s item, very endearing and provocative.
He’s sexy but not aggressive, and his shyness is endearing.
me to his heart, uttering the endearing appellation of 'child.
Switching on his most endearing smile he headed straight for.
Those who have known that most endearing of all passions,—the.
Then I repeated endearing words internally, nursing my small seed.
certainly endearing himself to the Neve Vapors faithful! Burns.
was endearing, but he knew she wouldn't find his observation amusing.
The really endearing part of him was why she had married him in 1982.
It has endeared you to me somewhat.
endeared me to her from that moment on.
laugh that endeared him to Jean straight away.
the arousal of the body of whomever I endeared.
once countenanced and endeared her fall to her.
But Charles, to whom I was now infinitely endeared by.
actually really endeared them to their girls all the more.
If you are so endeared by the upper class in Europe, he said.
distinguishing qualities that endeared her to all those who knew her.
He endeared himself to them as their best friend in the whole world.
endeared him the more to me, and I could have joyfully suffered any.
endeared to my characters and journey with me as I take them further.
endeared me, looked on me now as a girl after her own heart, afraid of.
regret, as it was infinitely endeared to me by the first possession of my.
Alice had endeared herself to Harald’s parents through her contacts with the duke.
These acts of selfless service endeared him to common people and made him a unique leader.
Something that would enrage some white people, no matter how much it endeared me to the Negroes.
Bishop Higbold's new-found piety has apparently not endeared him to King Aethelred or the nobility.
As a result, I found myself endeared to Karl which has prompted me to also reply in a gracious manner.
But the substantive part of his life fascinated her in the beginning and endeared him to her in the end.
They had identified me as an outsider, which should have endeared me to them since all swans start out as ugly ducklings, but no.
By the time Sathyam came back with the Ramus, the mates, as though to make up for the lost time, endeared themselves to each other.
The misfortune I had now brought upon him, endeared him the more to me, and I could have joyfully suffered any punishment he had not shared in.
Before that, he was chief counsel to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and it was his advice in that post which endeared him to Roosevelt.
The Prince had a handsome and gallant bearing, and had endeared himself to every member of the expeditionary force with whom he had come in contact.
The same personality that so endeared him to us as he raced against time on the tracks of the world is not dead but very much alive and with us yet.
While I found myself in the heart of these natural beauties; my heartfelt its aromatic and its rich wealth; I was endeared with this natural sceneries.
He never arbitrarily disciplined his brothers and sisters, and such uniform fairness and personal consideration greatly endeared Jesus to all his family.
That all the more endears,.
But what endears Sarah to hunters is not her glasses, but her policies and ideas on hunting.
' Jean realised it was an opportunity to endear.
And I hope by what I’m about to do, I can endear them to us.
‘Didn’t you try to endear yourself to her,’ she said indignantly.
His reflex arrogance didn’t exactly endear him to those about him, either.
I must have done something to endear myself to her, Gwenda said, extemporising.
He never tried to endear himself to anyone that stirred the want in others to have him even more.
Be honest, and be yourself � after all, being natural is what will endear you to a particular mate.
What happened to you, my sweet girl? Lucia crept closer to the child in an effort to endear the child to her.
His blunt assessment didn’t endear him to me, but days later, there was a standoff in front of the madman’s house.
It was certainly not an affair that would endear either man to the other or his cause though it was hardly grounds to wish the man dead.
The Overlord had his own scribes of course, but he trusted only Simon with this task, a fact that did not endear him to his fellow scribes.
This attitude did nothing to endear him to the man in charge of the official murderers, so Byron took a step forward, the guards took a step back.
He shrugged and said he could understand that, so far as the Tenocha were concerned, since they did not exactly endear one, but surely the Tlatelolca were not despised.
"There certainly are circumstances," said Willoughby, "which might greatly endear it to me; but this place will always have one claim of my affection, which no other can possibly share.
Deciding against using his own name for the time being, Doug quickly selected a pseudonym that he felt appropriate in the circumstances and which may endear him to this die-hard redneck.
Though Graisco felt that Moe’s passion for the subject bordered on zealotry, he was willing to play along in this role in order to endear himself to this potentially valuable informant.
Our attitude did not endear us to the townspeople, many of whom had given sons, husbands and lovers to the struggle, and, despite the fact that I was obviously well past the age of enlistment, we were treated, on our rare excursions outside, with, at best contempt and occasionally, outright enmity, such as was sometimes shown to Max Henschelle, who kept a pastry shop in town and who, apart from being a naturalised British citizen, had come here in Nineteen-thirty seven as a Jewish refugee from Nazism, but reason has little to do with such primitive emotional reactions.

Synonyms for endearing

adorable endearing lovely