disarmingly


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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.
Translations
بِصورَةٍ مُلَطِّفه للغَضَب
odzbrojujícím způsobem
á heillandi hátt
odzbrojujúco

disarmingly

[dɪsˈɑːmɪŋlɪ] ADV [smile] → encantadoramente; [frank] → apabullantemente
he was disarmingly modestera tan modesto que (te) desarmaba

disarmingly

adventwaffnend; disarmingly simpleverblüffend einfach

disarmingly

[dɪsˈɑːmɪŋlɪ] advin modo 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
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But then," she added disarmingly, "I suppose I shouldn't have known if he was clever."
Clash between Western and traditional values is never far from the surface, though debates are conducted in a disarmingly non-confrontational way.
Kate Clinton is one of our most disarmingly sensible comic voices.
In Bearded Clam, 1997, a disarmingly tacky Neptunian realm contains two women making love inside a gaping mollusk; in one view it's a crude visual pun, in another an affecting, erotic fantasyscape.
There's no speech here; helmer's disarmingly blunt ruminations are laid out in artfully timed/placed captions, while Paul Dresher's chamber score provides luminous accompaniment.
"SPEAK as you find", my mum always said - and I have to say I've always found Katie Price disarmingly honest and very likeable whenever I've met her.
What he takes from the old masters is disarmingly general, "a love of pictures" (Wall sees the arts of photography, film, and painting as a single pictorial tradition), "which I believe is at the same time a love of nature and of existence itself, and an idea of the size and scale proper to pictorial art, and so proper to the ethical feeling for the world expressed in pictorial art." How to express this love of nature and of existence?
Thanks to its disarmingly amusing depiction of how rap sprang to life on the streets, and to the exhilarating competition at the club, "8 Mile" also has the potential to allow the unconverted--and even those hostile to rap in general and Eminem in particular--to "get" rap once and for all.
Her singular style makes for a disarmingly intimate, boldly individual and imaginative album.
Creed's disarmingly honest rationale could equally apply to Mathew Sawyer, a recent graduate of London's Royal College of Art whose gentle and unassuming, if somewhat melancholy, works have recently been seen in group shows in London and San Francisco.
Subjects are disarmingly unpretentious; sometimes hilarious perf segs span their history.
We also see the older, more worldly Fanny, penning her memoirs with a saucy glint in her eye and challenging the viewer with her disarmingly direct questions: "So what do you think of that?" "Well, what was your first time like?"