winsome

[adj] - charming in a childlike or naive way
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Winsome

Win'some adjective [ Compar. Winsomer ; superl. Winsomest .] [ Anglo-Saxon wynsum , from wynn joy; akin to Old Saxon wunnia , Old High German wunna , wunni , German wonne , Goth. wunan t
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winsome

1. Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted. 'Misled by ill example, and a winsome nature.' (Jeffrey) ... 2. Causing joy or pleasure; gladsome; pleasant. 'Still plotting how their hungry ear That winsome voice again might hear.' (Emerson) ... Origin: AS. Wynsum, fr. Wynn joy; akin to OS. Wunnia, OHG. Wunna, wunni, G. Wonne, Goth. Wunan to rejoice (in un
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winsome

adjective charming in a childlike or naive way
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Winsome

• (a.) Causing joy or pleasure; gladsome; pleasant. • (a.) Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted.
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