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Not Robert Burns himself had a more winning face, or more charming manners.

A Reconstructed MarriageAmelia Edith Huddleston Barr

In the morning Andrey seemed to her to be lower in stature and all the more winning.

MotherMaksim Gorky

Pauline's smiles grew daily more winning, and Jacques scowled more and more savagely from behind the counter.

Few things in private conversation are more winning than lack of discretion.

Whatever fails is attributed to modesty, more winning than the utmost success of excellence.

CamillaFanny Burney

Many a lovelier—many a fairer were in that assemblage, yet not one more winning or truthful.

Violante's brilliant lovelieness seemed yet more dazzling, and Helen's fair gentle face yet more winning.

Nothing on earth could be more charming, or more winning, than Olivia's delight over that child.

The Doctor's DilemmaHesba Stretton

If Mrs. Roberts had been asking a favor, instead of conferring one, her voice could not have been sweeter and more winning.

She is a sweeter and more winning figure than that between our first parents on the faade.

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