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Hexagon, where she endeared herself to Japanese audiences for giving ridiculously answers to trivia questions.

Remarks such as that, unsurprisingly, endeared him to the far-right.

None of these actions have endeared the small-government conservatives to their rivals for power, the no-government conservatives.

Still, his longevity amazed fight fans and his honest and filter-free approach to interviews endeared him to the media.

He so endeared himself  to a young Pakistani American, Majid Khan, that Khan referred to him familiarly as Chacha—“Uncle” in Urdu.

When he attacked the government he was eminently quotable, and this endeared him to both reporters and editors.

This very independence of his endeared him to the villagers, who always spoke of him as "one of the right sort."

He was a gallant, the Colonel, full of little 33 courtesies which endeared him to the hearts of women.

To them he had become much endeared, as they had been in his company as fellow-travellers for many months.

From earliest childhood certain qualities of Louis had endeared him to Napoleon.

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On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to endeared, such as: admired, cherished, dear, esteemed, favorite, and hallowed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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