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But still there have been great acts of cruelty committed; quite enough to prepossess us against you as a body.
NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
His countenance wore a reckless look that did not serve to prepossess him with the people at whose mercy he stood.
THAT AFFAIR NEXT DOORANNA KATHARINE GREEN
In fact, my appearance was by no means calculated to prepossess people in my favour.
His stay was not very long; not one of us divined the object of his visit, and he did not prepossess us favourably.
UNCLE SILASJ. S. LEFANU
I am not going to prepossess you against even our village scold, by telling her name.
DEERBROOKHARRIET MARTINEAU
Prepossess by your air, address, and manners; persuade by your tongue; and you will easily execute what your head has contrived.
Good-breeding alone can prepossess people in our favour at first sight; more time being necessary to discover greater talents.
He saw two young women in black;—but there was nothing to prepossess him about either of them.
RALPH THE HEIRANTHONY TROLLOPE
Neither did the puff preliminary, which heralded the appearance of this volume, prepossess us strongly in its favour.
All this formed an ensemble which did not prepossess one in his favor.

WORDS RELATED TO PREPOSSESS

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boondogglenoun | [boon-dog-uh l, -daw-guh l]SEE DEFINITION