reingratiating love

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  • verb Present participle of reingratiate.

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Examples

  • Merlin momentarily expected the young man to fall pleading upon his knees, but such is the nobility of human nature that he remained standing — even blew again into the air, partly from nervousness, partly, no doubt, with some vague hope of reingratiating himself.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

  • Merlin momentarily expected the young man to fall pleading upon his knees, but such is the nobility of human nature that he remained standing -- even blew again into the air, partly from nervousness, partly, no doubt, with some vague hope of reingratiating himself.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

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