Thesaurus / ingratiatingly
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The steward looked about ingratiatingly, then he turned toward the door.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
"None," she said—not defiantly, or ingratiatingly, or fearfully.
I remained silent, hoping my unwelcome visitor would depart, but instead he began now to leer and smirk at me ingratiatingly.
A MAID OF THE KENTUCKY HILLSEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY
And she put her two-faced head, now on one side, now on the other, ingratiatingly.
Ill stay only a few minutes, the other said, ingratiatingly, but Id like your help.
THE LUMINOUS FACECAROLYN WELLS
Miss Lucilla Harris inquired, briskly and ingratiatingly, tapping the counter with both hands.
"I'se feared I didn't heah you call de fus time," stated Jeff ingratiatingly.
"I hope you haven't come after no brass, Miss Farnish," he said, with an air intended to be ingratiatingly seductive.
THE ROOT OF ALL EVILJ. S. FLETCHER
"Twenty-three hundred," said the high-priest, ingratiatingly.
"I've brought plenty to-night, Missies," she said ingratiatingly.

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