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dis·arm·ing

 (dĭs-är′mĭng)
adj.
Tending to allay suspicion or hostility; winning favor or confidence: a disarming smile.

dis·arm′ing·ly adv.

disarming

(dɪsˈɑːmɪŋ)
adj
tending to neutralize or counteract hostility, suspicion, etc
disˈarmingly adv

dis•arm•ing

(dɪsˈɑr mɪŋ)

adj.
removing or capable of removing hostility, suspicion, etc., as by being charming: a disarming smile.
[1540–50]
dis•arm′ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disarming - act of reducing or depriving of arms; "the disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete"
demobilisation, demobilization - act of changing from a war basis to a peace basis including disbanding or discharging troops; "demobilization of factories"; "immediate demobilization of the reserves"
arming, equipping, armament - the act of equiping with weapons in preparation for war
Adj.1.disarming - capable of allaying hostility
unprovocative, unprovoking - not provocative

disarming

adjective charming, winning, irresistible, persuasive, likable or likeable He approached with a disarming smile.
Translations
مُلَطِّف، مُلَيِّن
odzbrojující
heillandi
odzbrojujúci
düşmanca duyguları gideren/yatıştıran

disarming

[dɪsˈɑːmɪŋ] ADJ [smile] → que desarma, encantador; [modesty] → que desarma; [frankness] → apabullante

disarming

[ˌdɪsˈɑːrmɪŋ] adj [smile] → désarmant(e); [honesty, charm] → désarmant(e)

disarming

adjentwaffnend

disarming

[dɪsˈɑːmɪŋ] adj (smile) → disarmante

disarm

(disˈaːm) verb
1. to take away weapons from. He crept up from behind and managed to disarm the gunman.
2. to get rid of weapons of war. Not until peace was made did the victors consider it safe to disarm.
3. to make less hostile; to charm.
disˈarmament noun
the act of doing away with war-weapons.
disˈarming adjective
charming. a disarming smile.
disˈarmingly adverb
References in classic literature ?
On his part, he told me much of his work and the people he worked among, the hiding priests and Jacobites, the Disarming Act, the dress, and many other curiosities of the time and place.
Well, he's simply a genius of hypocrisy and resourcefulness in disarming the suspicions of the lawyers--so there's nothing much to wonder at, I suppose
He responded at once by presenting himself at her home with all his disarming naivete.
He cited the disarming cases in Barangay Tudok where the rebels, led by Commander Rai-Rai of Guerilla Front 73, had been recruiting indigenous peoples as members, and at the same time, gathering firearms from village defenders.
Zamir Akram noted that threats were growing in the region due to large scale acquisition of military hardware by India, its public rejection of the policy of No-First Use of nuclear weapons, determination to carry out disarming strikes against Pakistan, and its espousal of dangerous and destabilizing doctrines like the Cold Start Doctrine.
The government and the former rebel movement signed an agreement last September aiming at disarming the Renamo men.
Disarming Conflict: Why peace cannot be won on the battlefield
Goza Dango-Nyala, 28 April (SUNA)- President elect, Field marshal Omar Bashir, has called on the government of South Sudan to refrain from harboring Sudanese rebels inside its territories, stressing the south Sudan has a last chance of taking the right decision of disarming all rebel movements or Sudan would have other options to consider.
The governor said efforts for disarming illegal armed individuals had been intensified in the lead-up to the presidential runoff election in Takhar.
NNA - A senior Russian official on Tuesday welcomed a call by three European Union nations for Ukraine's government to distance itself from "extremist groups" and speed up the process of disarming them, Reuters reported.
The Chief of the General Service [Staff] had told some people to disarm them [the Nuer soldiers] after telling them he was saving their lives by disarming them.