A hansom cab offers peculiar facilities for the aforesaid process of ingratiation.
He could not resist her beauty, her warmth, her ingratiation.
“Then I shall have to call another time,” said the woman, with a mixture of ingratiation and despair.
He had prepared himself to be ingratiating; but he realized that ingratiation was not a successful line to pursue with dragons.
The qualities of ingratiation and friendliness departed from M. Garfunkel's smile, leaving it wholly apologetic.
It was as if she were amused, not absent-minded nor yet a prey to the feminine immorality of ingratiation.
ingratiate 1622, from It. ingraziare "to bring (oneself) into favor," from L. in gratiam "for the favor of," from in- "in" + gratia "favor, grace."