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- adv. In an engaging manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an engaging manner; so as to win the affections.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an engaging manner
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Then remembering his latest lesson he called engagingly once more: "Chicken Little!"
A jockeying five-setter, remembered by both players as one of the finest ever (and somewhat hopefully described by Fisher as the best), it is his excuse to recall engagingly an era when tennis was still clothed in starched white slacks and a painstaking, Arthurian civility, but was changing.
Those of us who knew little of Quirós until this week were delighted to find ourselves in the presence of the most engagingly modest and amusing of men.
Flavia is an engagingly smart new sleuth with a flair for bringing out the child – and the detective – in all of us.
After three seasons at Anfield, eight at Ewood Park and three more at Villa Park, his sustained excellence persuaded Harry Redknapp to offer him a two-year contract this summer and to select him ahead of the engagingly fallible Heurelho Gomes for Tottenham's deferred start to the domestic campaign.
Our friend gentle Ben rather engagingly reminds us what political correctness and “diversity” is all about.
Recalling the building's sheer strength translated into the most engagingly balanced Room- magnificently forceful and soothing at the same time -- I thought of its underlying, core design principles, its all-embracing idea brought to life with a circle that defines the space both in plan and three-dimensionally.
Madeleine Robins writes engagingly and intelligently about why I Love A Cliche.
There is an engagingly upbeat air about her; she is 60 next year, but you would never guess.
Herewith, I propose these simple rules for governing our behavior at these most public, yet engagingly intimate, events.