A winningly comic novel about two men, young and old, going through midlife crises.
That it stems from an engrained sense of unworthiness and shame is something that Dunne is winningly eager to acknowledge.
winningly, though, Weaver was hardly some bloodless accountant.
“Honestly, just sharing the stage with those two was a high point in my career,” Meno, winningly, told The New York Times.
Mr. Buckminster always pressed and entreated, most winningly, that I would venture.
Kellogg could talk, Heaven alone knew how winningly he could talk!
And I may add that she was the most winningly dignified person I have ever known.
"I thought I would take the liberty of intruding on you," she said most winningly.
At court he talked frankly to men of low rank, winningly to men of high rank.
Yet he does it so winningly—that's the word, I think—that any jury would acquit him.