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Verb(1) gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
(1) a sycophantic attempt to ingratiate herself with the local aristocracy(2) a social climber who had tried to ingratiate herself with the city gentry(3) Counsel will do anything to ingratiate themselves with the Court, Mr Jackson.(4) By selling off heirlooms and ingratiating themselves with prison staff and exiled aristocrats the twins eventually secure his release.(5) You could even be advised by the presiding judge to try and sell your efforts to barristers-at-law in any future court appearances and ingratiate yourself with the judiciary.(6) Nor did she apologise for the desire to be admired: it didn't appear to be an act of approval-seeking ingratiation but rather one of aggressive confidence.(7) He says, ├ö├ç├┐You don't know whether she was trying to ingratiate herself to other kids by doing favours.(8) It was the pursuit of total ingratiation with the media and it sort of bothered me a bit.(9) Make contacts, ingratiate yourself to people, impress them, charm them.(10) We used to spend entire ├ö├ç├┐layout weekends├ö├ç├û to get the school paper ready for press, oftentimes spending the entire weekend ingratiating ourselves on the hospitality of Phil and his family.(11) Well, if the emphasis is on ingratiating themselves , I don't agree with that, because I think it's now seen very much in their interest to cooperate with us.(12) But the carefully staged set-piece interview in the Times in which he came out had the feel of an ageing crooner desperate to ingratiate himself with the younger generation by bringing out a rap record.(13) There's nothing unusual about reporters ingratiating themselves to a source.(14) Obsequiousness tends to refer to a desire to ingratiate oneself , and to win benefits through flattery.(15) Recycling is useful both as incantation and as ingratiation .(16) You will be fÔö£┬¼ted and your ego stroked; ingratiation will be the first approach.
(1) ingratiate oneself :: seboni eich hun
1. ingratiate ::
Different Formsingratiate, ingratiated, ingratiates, ingratiating
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