(Of manner or behaviour) having the effect of allaying suspicion or hostility, especially through charm: he gave her a disarming smile
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- She then describes the Rat personality: Charming, extremely easy to get along with, hard working, has a disarming manner even when confronting someone.
- At first he appears unassuming and on occasion bumbling yet his disarming manner, like that of Louis Theroux, is one that seems to entice his interviewee into spilling the beans.
- Although to say the man was a big influence on me musically would be a gross understatement, I will personally remember Piggy best for his disarming demeanour.
Words that rhyme with disarmingcharming, pharming
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