Definition of ingratiating in English:


Line breaks: in|grati|at¦ing
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈgreɪʃɪeɪtɪŋ




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  • Jane, the heroine, devises a theory that is marketed to the viewer as revolutionary, when it is quite a stretch to describe it as more than ingratiatingly goofy.
  • Hugh is always ingratiatingly Hugh, but I imagine that Daniel disappears into each role and doesn't give a damn whether you like him or not.
  • Who would not prefer a youngster to an adult who smiles ingratiatingly at you and then promptly turns to another customer?

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