Endear oneself to - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
endear (oneself, someone, or something) to (someone or something) (redirected from endear oneself to)
endear (oneself, someone, or something) to (someone or something)
To cause one feel affection for oneself, someone, or something. The puppy endeared himself to me the minute he crawled into my lap. I don't think this financial blunder will endear me to the boss.
endear someone to someone or something
to cause someone to be cherished by someone else or a group. Her good humor endears her to all of us. Sally endears herself to everyone because she is so funny. She failed to endear herself to her husband's parents.
References in periodicals archive
Thus, there is no contradiction between pleasing Allh, The Almighty, and utilising every possible means to endear oneself to
He played for both the Rangers and the Islanders, never a good way to endear oneself to
either fan base.
They're also a pretty good way to endear oneself to
Nor is this the only time Massingberd fell prey to wonkish adulation; as he observes, "The belief that one will somehow endear oneself to
a hero by laboriously reciting his achievements is one of the fallacies of fandom.
Seeking to endear oneself to
departmental colleagues by service (rather than by excellence in research or teaching) is a road well characterized by P.