Flatter synonyms

flăt'ər
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To wallow in what is low or contemptible
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Attractive or good-looking; that makes one look good.
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To wheedle, persuade (a person, organisation, animal etc.) gradually or by use of flattery to do something.
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To fawn upon
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(Intransitive) To agree; to accord; to be fitted; to correspond; "” usually followed by to, archaically also followed by with.
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The definition of adorn means to decorate or add beauty to a person or thing.
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To praise to an excessive degree.
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To admire intensely or excessively
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To give praise to; glorify.
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To exalt and honor (God), as in worship
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To fawn upon
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(Idiomatic) To flatter, especially with the intent of personal gain.
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To become is defined as to grow or change into, or to be suitable for.
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To improve electronically the quality or clarity of (a photograph or other image) as by means of a computer
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To make or become beautiful.
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To give or add grace or graces to; decorate; adorn
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To make something sound or look better or more acceptable than it is in reality, to distort.
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To make (someone) rich or richer.
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(Idiomatic) To date, to be involved romantically with (someone)
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To present something to (a person) as an act of politeness or respect
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Praise is defined as to give someone approval, or to thank God.
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In the manner of adulation; overly flattering.
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(Obsolete) flattering; deceitful
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Pleasing; agreeable:
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Shakespeare, Richard III, Act I, Scene 2
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(Grammar) Not belonging to the original root.
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(By extension, of a person) Profusely polite, especially unpleasantly so and insincerely earnest.
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The definition of adulation is intense adoration.
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The act of banishing.
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A flattering or ingratiating act or remark, etc. meant to persuade
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Deceptive nonsense.
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The act of cajoling or the state of being cajoled.
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The quality of being obsequious; servile compliance
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The behavior or character, or an act, of a sycophant; servile flattery
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Anything that soothes or comforts
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The state or characteristic of being unctuous.
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To deceive by guile or charm:
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To flatter or coax in persuading; cajole
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(Intransitive) To engage in fawning, servile behavior.
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To coax with flattery and insincere talk; wheedle
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1898, Winston Churchill, chapter 4, The Celebrity:
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To behave so as to invite or incur:
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To show affection in a solicitous or exaggerated way
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To strike internally, as if hit by a hammer.
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To make acceptable; esp., to bring (oneself) into another's favor or good graces by conscious effort
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(Intransitive) To kneel and bow low enough to touch one’s forehead to the ground.
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To look on or treat (a person) as a celebrity.
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To eulogize.
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To keep in good humour; wheedle; cajole; flatter.
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To roll or move upon truckles, or casters; to trundle.
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To influence or persuade (a person) by flattery, soothing words, coaxing, etc.
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Mismatch is defined as for things that are similar to not be put together correctly.
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To judge or declare to be unfit for use or consumption, usually by official order:
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To make seem little, less important, etc.; speak slightingly of; depreciate
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To denounce is defined as to take a public stand against something and make clear you don't like or are condemning it.
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To treat or speak to with scorn, insolence, or great disrespect; subject to treatment, a remark, etc. that hurts or is meant to hurt the feelings or pride
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To offend is to do something offensive to someone, or to break a civil or religious law.
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To analyze and judge as a critic
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To castigate is to criticize or punish someone severely.
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To give a yellow or golden color to.
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(Intransitive) To drool saliva from the mouth; to slobber.
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To attempt to persuade by flattery or pleasing words.
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To coax or cajole with flattery.
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(Intransitive) To be conformable; to resemble; to coincide; to correspond.
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To look good on or with
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To ridicule, mock, discredit.
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Low in oxygen content; stagnant
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Complete; utter:
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Lacking luster; dull:
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Not bright or lively; dull, dreary, or monotonous
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Lacking luster; dull or subdued:
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Dull; tedious; uninteresting
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Having little or no distinctive flavor:
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Flat; level.
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Having an even or level surface; having no roughness or projections that can be seen or felt
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Level; even
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Situated below the normal level, or the mean elevation.
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Sheer is defined as a very thin, or extremely steep.
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Downright; total, unmistakable (as intensifier). [from 14th c.]
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Generic intensifier.
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Not subject to change; fixed and definite:
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Dispirited; depressed:
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Fierce or impetuous; violent:
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Lacking polish or finesse:
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The definition of big is something large or grand in size, or the status of being older or of being an adult or grown-up instead of a child.
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Having a spongy or flaky texture; well-leavened:
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Unrestrained or excessive in emotional expression; gushy:
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(Uncountable) Excessive praise or approval, which is often insincere and sometimes contrived to win favour.
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