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endearing
used in Gone with the Wind

2 uses
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Definition
lovable — especially in a childlike or naive way
  • It was that endearing term, still so new to his ears, and the bright teardrops which edged her pale green eyes as she looked up pleadingly at him that won him over.
    4.36 (7% in)
  • As for Rhett, he had enjoyed the town's hatred since his speculations during the war and he had not further endeared himself to his fellow citizens by his alliances with the Republicans since then.
    4.47 (73% in)

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