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.
Written in Rosoff's refreshing, disarmingly honest style, McTavish will definitely wiggle his way into young readers' hearts.
At once disarmingly simple in form and riddled with rivulets of complex feeling, this story of a middle-aged Parisienne philosophy professor rethinking an already much-examined life in the wake of an unforeseen divorce has an ideal human conduit in a wry, heartsore Huppert, who, with nary a hint of showing off, further stakes her claim as our greatest living actress.
Interspersed with Neil narrating a letter to his late mother in the afterlife, the songs allow him to deliver some beautiful, timeblasted yet deeply affecting and disarmingly candid performances as on Lightfoot's If I Could Read Your Mind and the Late Bert Jansch's foreboding cautionary heroin influenced classic The Needle Of Death.
Mr Murphy should come and meet George who, while disarmingly modest, exudes self-confi-dence Then again, gifted George is probably the exception that proves the rule.
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This is one to rummage around behind the initial sound to unearth Morgan's disarmingly candid storytelling that recalls the bluesmen of old but with a post hip-hop generation twist.
Disarmingly simple, the concentric bands of color constituting Alma Thomas painting Resurrection are crisp and direct.
The trio effortlessly blends influences as disparate as tejano, rockabilly, new wave and punk to create a sound that is unique, fresh and disarmingly pleasing.
Having left his native Northern Irish town of Portstewart and settling in Australia over a decade ago, Jimeoin's disarmingly relaxed, cheeky and sometimes surreal sense of humour has led to him performing sell-out tours to record-breaking audiences across the length and breadth of his adopted homeland.
It would be easy to revel in a star losing her looks, but Ulrika has always been disarmingly honest when it comes to her private life, recognising that fame is a 24/7 thing - whether you're looking your best or caught off-