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Wordnet 3.0

ADJECTIVE (2)

1. pleasingly persuasive or intended to persuade;
- Example: "a coaxing and obsequious voice"
- Example: "her manner is quiet and ingratiatory and a little too agreeable"
[syn: coaxing, ingratiatory]

2. calculated to please or gain favor;
- Example: "a smooth ingratiating manner"
[syn: ingratiating, insinuating, ingratiatory]

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The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

ingratiatory \ingratiatory\ adj. 1. pleasingly persuasive or intended to persuade; as, her manner is quiet and ingratiatory and a little too agreeable. Syn: coaxing. [WordNet 1.5] 2. calculated to please or gain favor; same as ingratiating, 2. Syn: ingratiating. [WordNet 1.5]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

ingratiatory adj 1: pleasingly persuasive or intended to persuade; "a coaxing and obsequious voice"; "her manner is quiet and ingratiatory and a little too agreeable" [syn: coaxing, ingratiatory] 2: calculated to please or gain favor; "a smooth ingratiating manner" [syn: ingratiating, insinuating, ingratiatory]