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ingratiate
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
  • And the lock of hair—that too I had always carried about me in the same pocket-book, which was now searched by Madam with the most ingratiating virulence,—the dear lock—all, every memento was torn from me.
    Chapter 44 (78% in)

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