(1) The blushing bride-to-be had come across as winsome but shy, and - because she seemed to have so little to say for herself - perhaps just a teeny bit dozy.(2) They flickered giving just enough light to show Marlin's deep brown eyes in their best show; and Perry's smile at its most winsome .(3) ├ö├ç├┐So says the English guru,├ö├ç├û Troy teased lightly, and he flashed a sudden winsome smile.(4) His winsome hangers-on leant credence to his kingly claims.(5) All of 11 years old, Nikosi comes across by turn as wise, winsome , overburdened, and sometimes desolate.(6) He calmly walked up to her a mischievous smile on his winsome face.(7) Lengthy bonding scenes follow in which, inevitably, the hardened, world-weary, cynical bodyguard learns to love the winsome little blonde.(8) His winsome chit-chat further endeared these die-hards as he recounted one hilarious story after another.(9) She looked at the cop, quickly pulling on her most winsome innocent face.(10) With his charming looks and winsome manners he soon won admiration from the men and women of Basarke and the villages nearby.(11) It's a lovely spot, clean, serene, winsome , flowery, and bathed in an almost suptropical warmth.(12) Perhaps the car's unusual looks, which were striking when it was first launched, are no longer as fresh and winsome as they once were.(13) This last one in particular wasn't much heeded by the programme's winsome presenter.(14) But, doubts remain├ö├ç┬¬ is he too winsome for his own good?(15) But the supporting players are a winsome bunch.(16) Canary yellow and bubblegum pink are the winning shades of the season and knee-length strappy dresses and casual linen trouser suits are the winsome styles.