Examples of ingratiating in a Sentence
one of the orphans had a most ingratiating smile
Recent Examples of ingratiating from the Web
The role of a hectoring sideshow attraction is not the opera’s most ingratiating element, but this production puts a twist on it.
The filmmaker's style does include its share of ingratiating remarks.
The filmmaker’s style does include its share of ingratiating remarks.
His ingratiating personality and insider knowledge led to work as a host on The Movie Channel from 1986 to 1993.
Such ingratiating laughs are even more common on late-night TV.
Andrew Knifer is smoothly charming and ingratiating as Bert Parks-like MC Frankie Cavalier while gently hyping the event, its sponsor, and the contestants.
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First Known Use of ingratiating
INGRATIATING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ingratiating for English Language Learners
: intended to gain someone's favor or approval
INGRATIATING Defined for Kids
Definition of ingratiating for Students
1 : pleasing an ingratiating smile
2 : intended to gain someone's favor ingratiating behavior
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