Endear ourselves to - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
endear (oneself, someone, or something) to (someone or something) (redirected from endear ourselves 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
We're going to endear ourselves to
everyone we meet," he said.
If we could endear ourselves to
the British and Scottish public and perform for the Queen, that would be amazing.
We might not endear ourselves to
anyone, but we'll likely be around after the landing to discuss it.
So over the years we have managed to endear ourselves to
a younger, and wonderful, new generation.
We take real pride in the fact that people say that we endear ourselves to
If we can't run a machine and can't meet the input required, we don't endear ourselves to
our customers very well.
That, recall, was supposed to endear ourselves to
So rather than even try to prevail in that contest, we decide the surest way to endear ourselves to
readers is to give them even more of somebody who is an icon in the community and in his profession.