engagingly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an engaging manner
she played the role engagingly
- On national television, Charles and Diana engagingly discussed the most widely publicized 'secret' courtship in the history of the court.
- But the great physicist was also engagingly simple, trading ties and socks for mothy sweaters and sweatshirts.
- She was engagingly wholesome, did not smoke and rarely drank.
News & Articles
- Colum McCann - An Irishman in New York and a bona fide literary star
In 'TransAtlantic' (Random House), the National Book Award-winning novelist Colum McCann crisscrosses the ocean that separates his New York home from his Irish homeland with deceptive ease, delivering the most engagingly beautiful novel of his career, a work that spans 150 years and two continents in a literary high wire act that surpasses even his last celebrated novel 'Let the Great World Spin.'
June 14, 2013 - Irish Central
- Bill Moyers in TVShowsOnDVD.com
Bill Moyers said, "These exciting tales are the way to a youngster's imagination - and his grandfather's, too. History's never been told more vividly or more engagingly for the young and old alike. May Young Indy be my grandson's companion far into...
- Michael Howard in Times Online
Michael Howard, the Conservative leader, said: "She displayed considerable bravery, both in her personal battle against serious illness and in tackling difficult political issues, often employing her engagingly unorthodox style to great effect. Her...
- Alessandra Stanley in New York Times
It maintains impeccable dignity even as it tracks a group of shamelessly and engagingly profane, coarse and irreverent marines, members of an elite reconnaissance battalion that spearheaded the invasion,Alessandra Stanley wrote in The Times...