Fujimoto ingratiated himself with Kim through his superior knowledge of food.
She and her husband sat at the table, and the guest's "sociable ways" ingratiated him with them, before the meal was half over.
I overcame the natural repugnance that I had to them, and ingratiated myself with them.
Before they rose Weirmarsh had ingratiated himself with his enemy.
He had been down each one of the shafts, and had ingratiated himself with the men.
Besides this he called frequently at the wool office, and ingratiated himself into Mr. Fern's good graces in many ways.
He could not have said anything that would have ingratiated him more with Florence.
The prophet had ingratiated himself by fortunate circumstances and an abounding tact.
Polly would have ingratiated herself with her; and pretended to be concerned for her misfortunes.
Baltimore appears to have ingratiated himself with Cromwell, for in 1657 he was restored to power.