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John Burningham’s winsome illustrations have never looked so winsome.WHY READ WHAT EVERYONE ELSE IS READING? A GUIDE TO THIS SEASON’S HIDDEN GEMS.MICHAEL DIRDADECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Somewhere, way down in the depths of her soul, there was a little hurt as the winsome pair sped along the far dim road.MAID SALLYHARRIET A. CHEEVER
And beside her winsome face I saw, in my mind's eye, the Princess's, too—but only for an instant.THE COLONEL OF THE RED HUZZARSJOHN REED SCOTT
Marjorie pushed the little coach, while Gladys danced alongside, talking to the winsome baby.MARJORIE'S BUSY DAYSCAROLYN WELLS
"Winsome indeed," replied Beladon, pointing upward to where the queen sat in state on the wall amidst her people.SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
And it is in their friendship—in their kind and tender words and courteous deeds, and winsome ways, that I most truly live.THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 2, NO. 2, AUGUST, 1862VARIOUS
"We have been hunting up several of the Boston relatives," said Miss Thatcher, with a kind of winsome smile.A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
That which was winsome was unwinding and a clutter a single clutter showed the black white.MATISSE PICASSO AND GERTRUDE STEINGERTRUDE STEIN
And David, notwithstanding his present proneness to discouragement, was a most winsome boy.POLLY OF THE HOSPITAL STAFFEMMA C. DOWD
The old man, genuine Indian that he was, was much moved by her winsome ways and handsome gift.ALGONQUIN INDIAN TALESEGERTON R. YOUNG

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