It endeared him to
her strangely that he should be sometimes wrong.
To say the truth, Blifil had greatly gained his master's affections; partly by the profound respect he always showed his person, but much more by the decent reverence with which he received his doctrine; for he had got by heart, and frequently repeated, his phrases, and maintained all his master's religious principles with a zeal which was surprizing in one so young, and which greatly endeared him to
the worthy preceptor.
The meeting between him and those whom he had left there was not without strong emotion on both sides; for they had been informed by his letters of what had occurred: and, besides that his griefs were theirs, they mourned with him the death of one whose forlorn and helpless state had first established a claim upon their compassion, and whose truth of heart and grateful earnest nature had, every day, endeared him to
them more and more.
What may not have endeared him to
the White House press corps was this: "Over the last five years, you people were so good--over tax cuts, WMD intelligence, the effect of global warming.
100 jersey and a tendency to spout off - hasn't endeared him to
Tricolores coach Ricardo Lavolpe.
Tired of those supremely painterly qualities that have long endeared him to
other artists, we may find our focus shifting to the political and social implications of such work in Fascist and post-Fascist Italy.
Jose Molina's affable demeanor and ability to call a game long ago endeared him to
Qadhafi's designs on Sudan and Chad, two nations traditionally under Egyptian protection, have not endeared him to
the Mubarak government.
Rodriguez's hustling style endeared him to
The terrorists who killed Pearl never got to know the personality that endeared him to
friends throughout the San Fernando Valley and, later, the world.