ingratiatingly[ in-grey-shee-ey-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF ingratiatingly
Synonyms for ingratiatingly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INGRATIATINGLY
"I've brought plenty to-night, Missies," she said ingratiatingly.
The steward looked about ingratiatingly, then he turned toward the door.
“Oh, I think he is smart enough,” said Angelo ingratiatingly.
Ill stay only a few minutes, the other said, ingratiatingly, but Id like your help.
"This is our last afternoon," he said ingratiatingly, looking up into my face.
He opened the car door for her ingratiatingly, but she shook her head.
I have even seen my Peterkins smile just like that, hopefully, ingratiatingly.
"Twenty-three hundred," said the high-priest, ingratiatingly.
"Perhaps you're Mr. Morton yourself, sir," he said ingratiatingly.
"None," she said—not defiantly, or ingratiatingly, or fearfully.