Thesaurus / winsome
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So most certainly was the bold, pert little widow who rolled her eyes and put on winsome airs.

A Book of GhostsSabine Baring-Gould

The stories are the windows that Dr. Goss opens upon the practical themes that brighten every page of this winsome book.

The artist, we see, painted the mother as beautiful and the child as winsome as he could well imagine them.

By winsome dame full many / therefor must bitter tear be shed.

"I am going to leave you to the undisturbed enjoyment of your feast," she said, in her most winsome manner.

At LastMarion Harland

One makes this charge to winsome maids, not all may win the crowne!

From its merry pages, winsome Kinnie Crosby has stretched out her warm little hand to help thousands of young girls.

Soldiers are sworn to action; they must winSome flaming, fatal climax with their lives.

The War PoemsSiegfried Sassoon

Freely do thou bear it hereafter into the glad feast, and the winsome dance, and the glorious revel, a joy by night and day.

Ay, said Harriet composedly, were winsome things, an ye canna resist us; not that Ive seen ye sweat overmuch wi trying.

Back o' the MoonOliver Onions

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