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Spell check of winsome

Correct spelling: winsome

Synonyms:
dear, fetching, lovely, disarming, lovable, kind, engaging, loving, taking, blithesome, sweet, attractive, adorable, bewitching, darling, harming, like, buoyant, tempting, insinuating, fascinating, lightsome, benignant, pleasing, amiable, enticing, bright, chipper, cheery, eupeptic, sunny, lovesome, enchanting, gentle, precious, entrancing, agreeable, blithe, pleasant, winning, glamorous, prepossessing, canty, upbeat, good-natured, gladsome, pretty, endearing, charming.

Antonyms:
alienating, glum, joyless, dreadful, foul, scandalous, horrid, revolting, awful, obnoxious, sickening, appalling, abominable, ill-tempered, forlorn, disgusting, downhearted, down, churlish, disdainful, lousy, hateful, lethargic, unlovable, heinous, frightful, blue, disagreeable, insolent, loathsome, sorrowful, cruel, contemptible, melancholy, dejected, brokenhearted, unlovely, nauseating, hideous, haughty, unattractive, morose, droopy, low-spirited, gloomy, acrimonious, depressed, sluggish, saturnine, wretched, displeasing, obscene, mirthless, ill-natured, listless, torpid, sour, dour, despondent, odious, sad, unsightly, unloved, abhorrent, grotesque, inconsolable, gruff, unlikable, unsatisfied, unamiable, ill-humored, crusty, downcast, crestfallen, heavyhearted, nasty, horrible, shocking, repulsive, surly, noisome, ill-favored, offensive, proud, sullen, ugly, crabbed, repellent, dogged, dull, hangdog, disaffecting, sulky, scornful, low, arrogant, vile, repugnant, unpleasant, ogreish, detestable, disheartened, disconsolate, distasteful, unhappy, horrendous, monstrous.

Examples of usage:

1) They need not be handsome; they ought to be winsome. - "Dickens As an Educator", James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes.

2) For he had not ceased to think of May Kingsland's blue eyes and bright winsome face- had not ceased to wonder how the latter would look when he should see it again. - "The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley", Bertram Mitford.

3) And, indeed, from an impartial standpoint, and outside the enthusiasm of our young friend, May Kingsland certainly was a very sweet and winsome girl, and one calculated, as she stood there in all the brightness of her fresh young beauty, to damage a far less susceptible heart than that which she had so easily taken captive. - "The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley", Bertram Mitford.

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