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endearing
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • When he lays his head on his arms and closes his eyes, he’s still a child; when he plays with Mouschi or talks about her, he’s loving; when he carries the potatoes or other heavy loads, he’s strong; when he goes to watch the gunfire or walks through the dark house to look for burglars, he’s brave; and when he’s so awkward and clumsy, he’s hopelessly endearing.

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  • There was something endearing about her awkward smile.
  • Her character is so clever and endearing, you can’t wait for next week’s show.

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