As a producer myself, I can safely say that if another producer said that about me, I would be flattered beyond belief.
Who wouldn't be flattered by the idea of someone reading their whole book out loud?
“I was flattered and privileged to be presented to the two of them at the BAFTA event in Los Angeles,” Findlay said.
The final score flattered Brazil, which had looked ragged and complacent for much of the game.
However, many Jewish fashionistas were flattered by the homage and Gaultier's good-natured admiration for the Orthodox aesthetic.
It was his hour, his moment, every sense was flattered and satisfied.
His vanity, if he had cherished any during their conversation, was not flattered by its close.
He flattered himself that his appearance would win him favor.
To induce him to talk they passed the bottle rapidly and flattered him up.
He found an asylum in the house of his new father, whose temper was kind, and whose pride was flattered by this alliance.
early 13c., from Old French flater "to flatter" (13c.), originally "stroke with the hand, caress," from Frankish *flat "palm, flat of the hand" (see flat (adj.)). "[O]ne of many imitative verbs beginning with fl- and denoting unsteady or light, repeated movement" [Liberman]. Related: Flattered; flattering.