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(1) He did his best to ingratiate himself with his employer.
(2) He's always trying to ingratiate himself with his boss.
(3) Many politicians are trying to ingratiate themselves with her.
(4) She tried to ingratiate herself with the director, in the hope of getting promotion.
(5) His policy is to ingratiate himself with anyone who might be useful to him.
(6) I can see that he is trying to ingratiate himself with his boss.
(7) The first part of his plan was to ingratiate himself with the members of the committee.
(8) She quickly sought to ingratiate herself with the new administration.
(9) Father, plead, ingratiate and abase yourself before your all-powerful children!
(10) Isn't it sickening how Daniela tries to ingratiate herself with Harriet?
(11) I long to be ungracious, not ingratiate myself with both men.
(12) Native merchants were eager to ingratiate themselves with West-ern traders.
(13) You take your vows, you are personable, you ingratiate yourself both with Lady Amelia and Lady Eleanor.
(14) In order to ingratiate himself with the populace, he rebuilt the Temple of Jerusalem on a hitherto unprecedented scale.
(15) I spend most of my life trying to ingratiate myself into a sick society rather than trying to smash that society.
(16) He would get to know the cook and ingratiate himself by being agreeable and doing her favours.
(17) Ingratiate oneself to vote after the Left Luggage.
(18) He tried to ingratiate himself with his girl friend.
(19) The boy tried to ingratiate himself with the teacher.
(20) People use conformity to ingratiate themselves with others.
(21) It's a outstanding way to ingratiate yourself while too gleaning relevant information about the industry.
(22) She tried to ingratiate herself with the teacher by offering some precious gifts.
(23) He has worked to ingratiate himself with his local partners, learning bits of the Yoruba language and attending a colleague's wedding in a remote northeastern town.
(24) However sneered the girl, " You are ingratiate me! What you mean? "
(25) It's a great way to ingratiate yourself while also gleaning relevant information about the industry.
(26) He did his best to ingratiate himself with the royal family.
(27) I had to lure her back, bring her presents, ingratiate myself with everyone in the family. Sentencedict.com
(28) Sharaf Rashidov, the former party boss, would lie about the cotton crop year after year to ingratiate himself with Moscow.
(29) From each and every canvas I saw that the model surveyed the viewer, resisting centuries of admonition to ingratiate herself.
(30) Cushman contacted the Union Army's local provost marshal and offered to perform the toast as a way to ingratiate herself to the Confederates and become a federal intelligence operative.
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