endear definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce beloved or extremely sympathetic: a couple of whoever kindness endeared them to friends.
    • to produce dear or beloved.
    • To raise the price or price of; to produce pricey or high priced.
    • to help make beloved or extremely sympathetic: a few whoever kindness endeared them to buddies.
    • In order to make dear or beloved.
    • to improve the cost or price of; in order to make high priced or pricey.
    • to help make beloved or very sympathetic: two whoever kindness endeared all of them to buddies.
    • To make dear or beloved.
    • to increase the price or cost of; which will make high priced or pricey.
  • others:
    • to help make dear in feeling; render respected or beloved; connect; bind by ties of love.
    • to activate by appealing qualities; win by endearment.
    • which will make dear or pricey; improve the price of.
    • to create dear in experience; render respected or beloved; connect; bind by ties of affection.
    • to activate by appealing qualities; win by endearment.
    • to help make dear or pricey; improve the cost of.
    • to help make dear in sensation; render appreciated or beloved; attach; bind by ties of love.
    • To engage by attractive attributes; win by endearment.
    • to help make dear or costly; improve the price of.
  • verb:
    • make attractive or lovable
    • make attractive or lovable
    • make attractive or lovable

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