Antonyms for more winsome

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One of them was the girl of the vicar's pew, grown taller and more winsome.

But it is because God made him winsome, and re-makes him yet more winsome.

The ladies, according to Barney, were quite well and more winsome than ever.

That was a sublime faith, but I should choose a more winsome path—bordered with marigolds, perhaps, or phlox.

Never was a more wayward spirit enclosed in a more winsome form than in John Genings.

Not one look or word of hers for him could Stuyvesant recall that was more winsome and kind than those bestowed on other men.

This had long ago been named "Merrywater," nor had it ever seemed gayer and more winsome than then.

He found it more winsome than ever, but he noticed some ancient blemishes under the memorable eyes.

I don't know the East Coast to speak of at all—and I can imagine no more winsome introduction to it.

She talked incessantly, laughing over her own mistakes, and growing prettier and more winsome every day.