“The phrase flattered the general, touched him, and pleased him mightily.”
“President and his Ministers a civility by which those ladies would have been all the more flattered, that is to say which would have made them more inclined, in their satisfaction, to be grateful to the Vaugouberts, inasmuch as they would have supposed that civility to be spontaneous, and not dictated by them.”
“He was convinced now that his host's kindness was in truth a mere graceful act of welcome, due largely to his father's standing, and the idea flattered him very much.”
“Asked Wednesday evening about the Democratic move, Johanns acknowledged that "it really is the same amendment" but said that he was "actually kind of flattered" by the maneuver.”
“Decades ago women with long hair were talked into cutting it because the hairdressers said it "flattered" their faces.”
“Kaine said he is "flattered" by interest in his possible candidacy.”
“PARANOID SELF-LOATHING GOP LOBBYIST THINKS CHRIS MATTHEWS IS LISTENING TO HIM - Our favorite Paranoid Self-Loathing GOP Lobbyist, still awake after a 48 hour toenail-picking binge, said he was "flattered" that Chris Matthews mentioned a little sodium pentathol would get a more truthful speech out of Rand Paul.”
“And if you want to own one of my books so badly, you'll bid on an ARC on eBay rather than wait for the actual book, well, I'm kind of flattered, just do me a favor and talk it up to your friends.”
“Barack Obama's campaign said yesterday it is "flattered" that Hamas 'endorsement of the Illinois senator compared him to John F. Kennedy, though it objects to any diplomatic contact with the terrorist group.”
“It was on this voyage that Cook named Cape Flattery because it deceived (or "flattered") him into believing he might find Juan de Fuca's fabled strait to the east.”
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