Thesaurus / endear

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Its early years endeared it to some federal officials in Washington who had worried about the dearth of opportunities for recent college graduates unable to refinance their expensive federal student loans even though they had well-paying jobs.

They also endear audiences to brands by forging deeper emotional connections to the content, and the creators involved in making it.

But that is one of the attributes of Mr. Gladstone which endear him so much to his party.

The Grand Old ManRichard B. Cook

Charm and personal magnetism are the qualities that endear a man to his followers.

Resolve to endear yourself to him, which you may easily do by taking his part when I have vexed him.

Adelpha's great misfortune and grief only seemed to endear her to him, for the noblest hearts grow more tender with sorrow.

The Witch of SalemJohn R. Musick

Moreover, the countess has a latent vein of fierceness in her nature which in time may endear her to my heart.

Odysseus combines in himself all those characteristics that endear a hero to the child and the childlike mind.

Literature in the Elementary SchoolPorter Lander MacClintock

At Brisbane you will be able to buy fine pineapples for a penny each, and that alone should endear it to your heart.

Like all the others of its sort, it has the traits that are sure to endear it to the multitude.

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