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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwinsomewin‧some /ˈwɪnsəm/ adjective literary  ATTRACTbehaving in a pleasant and attractive way a winsome smile
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winsomeHe was winsome and diffident, with a quiet sense of humour.He looked less winsome and poetic now; his face was harder, with short hair, the cheekbones more pronounced.Mat, winsome, handsome, pipe-smoking paterfamilias, introduced us to the fishermen at the table.Groups of winsome lads violate the faith of the believers with acts which are sufficient to shake the very roots of piety.The ecology movement often works best in behalf of winsome landscapes and wildlife.Her engaging smile, her winsome manner and her impeccable behaviour soon endeared her to the public.The winsome smile flickered back with its sly message.Any winsome volunteers to take over?
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