endearingly endearingly


  • (adv) in an adorable manner


  1. But he doesn't hide the apron strings endearingly attached to his cricketer's blazer.
  2. Such praise sits uneasily on the shoulders of an endearingly humble man.
  3. Fallon was endearingly earnest and of course he will get better with practice and time, but here are a few things he can improve.


  • Movie review: 'Way, Way Back' is way good

    It’s only July, but it’s not too early to begin the Oscar buzz for Sam Rockwell’s endearingly quirky portrayal of a free-spirited waterpark manager in the charmer “The Way, Way Back.”
    on July 5, 2013     Source: The Canton Repository


  1. (And, irritatingly, was that with a "The", or without?) Bono always had what Bruce Springsteen called "one of the greatest and most endearingly naked messianic complexes in rock'n'roll", and that got on people's wick.
    on Mar 7, 2009 By: Bruce Springsteen Source: The Age

  2. "Karan and I have absolutely no problems. In fact, he very endearingly told me at Yorkshire not to believe all the bitchy talk. Frankly, this was the first occasion I felt I belonged to Bollywood. I had never met most of the stars. I got to meet...
    on Jun 12, 2007 By: Deepa Mehta Source: KalingaTimes

  3. "We are fortunate to have a host like Salman Khan doing the show because he does it very endearingly with a lot of warmth and he has great connection with the common people. We at Synergy Ad Labs have really enjoyed ourselves making this programme...
    on Jun 3, 2008 By: Siddharth Basu Source: DailyIndia.com

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