ingratiating definition

  • adjective:
    • Pleasing; agreeable: "Reading calls for an attempt.... Print isn't as ingratiating as television” ( Robert MacNeil).
    • Calculated to kindly or win benefit: an unctuous, ingratiating fashion.
    • Which ingratiates; which attempts to deliver yourself in to the favour of another. The implication is oftentimes of flattery or insincerity.
    • capable of winning benefit.
    • computed to kindly or gain favor.
    • calculated to kindly or gain benefit
    • with the capacity of winning favor
  • verb:
    • Present participle of ingratiate.

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