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endearing
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
arousing fondness — often through behavior seen as adorable, charming, or lovable
  • "There certainly are circumstances," said Willoughby, "which might greatly endear it to me; but this place will always have one claim of my affection, which no other can possibly share."
    Chapter 14 (73% in)

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