endearing[ en-deer-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF endearing
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To be familiar and endearing with them all—and so make me mad with envying them.
Nor is it, as has been too often supposed, a cheerless life of toil and fatigue, but has many substantial and endearing charms.
Lydia caught at the endearing word, and something like a spasm moved her face.
The endearing term came for the first time from the man's lips.
This is the most endearing word that one human being can use to another.
As I was the youngest of the party, he received me with the most endearing familiarity.
"My Duchess" was the endearing title at the top of the page.
She would not have dared to teach her children these endearing ways.
Then he put his arm round her with an endearing word or two.
She began to sob and called him by all sorts of endearing names.