a desirable young
girl, a "pretty young
thing". Less flatteringly
, the term could
as a more dismissive synonym
JoJo as "mercilessly multi-tracked à la J. Lo, her voice encoded flatteringly
as she too-many-notes her way through
of R'n'B beats
- traditionally Roman
form of rhetoric
that set the Gothic dynasty
in a flatteringly Roman
light. Soon after
he was made king, Vitiges
had his predecessor...
- Earl of Rochester, real-life Restoration
and poet, is flatteringly
portra**** in Etherege's The Man of Mode (1676) as a riotous, witty, intellectual...
- famously disparaged
by Horace Walpole
as a "hyena in petticoats". More flatteringly
Sale was dubbed
in Petticoats" for travelling...
- Long (often applied
to a fermata) lusingando, lusinghiero Coaxingly, flatteringly
ma But ma non troppo, ma non tanto But not too much maestoso ...
- of the camera. She was just herself. That's what drew me to her." He flatteringly
said she was similar
to his previous Happy
De Tocqueville, in how it flatteringly explains
from the perspective
of an outsider, as Voltaire's...
- and this song evokes
of deep emotions. P****ionately sung and flatteringly
themed, this song makes evident
can be compared...
- himself: "I have been called
many things: a charlatan, a con man, or, most flatteringly
, the culprit responsible
for turning British