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Despite the arrogant manner of his address, Garnache felt prepossessed in the newcomer's favour.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
After having thus prepossessed our minds, they next prohibit our examining the things so important to be known.
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
Forester cast his eyes over the table, and thought he perceived that his delay had not prepossessed the company in his favor.
Thus prepossessed, all the rest that my soul loved and wished for in your reformation I hoped!
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Marguerite, even, is prepossessed in his favor and has written a platonic poem in his honor.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
He spoke so gently and with such an ingratiating manner that I could see the servant was at once prepossessed in his favour.
But if proportion has not this power, it may appear odd how men came originally to be so prepossessed in its favor.
The stranger, gratified with his candour, became immediately prepossessed in his favour.
In addition, he was both a scholar and a gentleman, and the army itself was uncommonly prepossessed in his favor.
Then, as his glance dwelt on Sainton, a somewhat prepossessed smile gave place to a look of genuine surprise.
THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY

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