Definition of endear
1 obsolete : to make higher in cost, value, or estimation
2 : to cause to become beloved or admired her generosity has endeared her to the public
Recent Examples of endear from the Web
If going to the NBA Finals three years in a row doesn't endear you to the man in charge, what would?
But back to the box incident: What has endeared Delevingne to friends like Aboah, more than 40 million Instagram fans, and big brands like Rimmel London is her idiosyncratic personality.
Mobile native Wes Loper, who now lives in Nashville, has a way of blending music genres that endears him to a crowd.
Cam has a different kind of leadership approach, and his taunting of the defense does not endear him to certain defensive players.
The blind cave dragon, as it is called, has long endeared biologists with its unparalleled weirdness.
State Street is the latest company touching on social issues in their marketing, hoping to endear customers to their brands and drum up good publicity.
Jared Kushner’s business endeavors in the dog-eat-dog world of New York City real estate helped endear him to his father-in-law, President Trump.
Those who knew him say Lucas was a natural leader with the type of affable, disarming personality that endeared him to people regardless of race.
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First Known Use of endear
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Definition of endear for Students
: to make beloved or admired His kind nature endeared him to all.
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