Definition of Winning

That constitutes a win. | That leads to success. | Attractive.

- All that he did was tinged with the sentiment of
**winning**grace for her and pardon for both. - An art can only be learned in the workshop of those who are
**winning**their bread by it. - There is nothing that can be substituted for a
**winning**personality in the salesman. - He knew well that she was
**winning**control over him in some sort, and he fought against it grimly. - In every race she is handicapped out of any chance of
**winning**or even getting a dead heat. - Viva Winthrop was not so unattractive as to be destitute of all possibility of
**winning**adorers. - From this time on I was to be kept busy, not in
**winning**victories, but in studying them. - Americans, too, are
**winning**the good will of the Indian student both in India and abroad. - Soon Mrs. Templeton came in, and in her gentle
**winning**manner began to prepare Mary for the scenes that might transpire. - We all recognize that a
**winning**manner is made up of seemingly insignificant courtesies, and of constant little attentions. - Somehow, he had the knack of
**winning**the confidence of women, and if he had been a confessor his would have been an easy task. - He played one card after the other,
**winning**uninterruptedly, and then he gathered up the gold and filled his pockets with the notes. - He laughed at her, and told her that he had abandoned the modern method of
**winning**a mate, and gone back to the primitive mode. - Some doubtless lie unburied somewhere in the great West, in the
**winning**of which their lives were lost. - The next moment a shower of coins flew like spray across the ring; the tails had paid their dollars to the
**winning**heads. - His anger, if it were anger, had blown over him like a summer storm, and the clear blue of his glance was as
**winning**as ever. - He knew most of the Indian tongues, and by his
**winning**manners and knowledge of medicine gained a great influence over the savages. - He circled gracefully in the air, making sharp, unexpected turns with the utmost skill, and
**winning**round after round of applause. - Of course, the aspirants see that the "Times" is one of the goods of fortune, not to be won but by
**winning**their cause. - There are three subjects which I have hardly anything upon; astrology, mechanism, and the infallible way of
**winning**at play. - By their industry and skill in the despised business of handicrafts and commerce the outlaws were fast
**winning**most of the ready money of the country into their hands. - He had never relinquished the hope of
**winning**May; and he believed that the death of Lucius was a circumstance favourable to his hopes.

- It would be
**winning**with some ladies. - We hope for the
**winning**of the war. - We have resources enough for the
**winning**of victory. - Dave was
**winning**golden opinions from his employers. - Think of
**winning**a thousand dollars for one story! - He had worked with the idea of
**winning**it back some day. - The face above him lighted with a sudden,
**winning**smile. - All about Wilson
**winning**the transcontinental race. - I endured it well, for I held the
**winning**cards. - Why, And both, from severance,
**winning**equal smart. - Can tell of her worth, So lovely, so
**winning**is Dolly. - It is surprising that the
**winning**score was not twice as large. - His superior training was the great factor in his
**winning**the match. - The tender,
**winning**smile in his dark eyes grew to positive radiance. - As another man took the kip, the boxer glared at the
**winning**players. - I Rupert Brooke was both fair to see and
**winning**in his ways. - If he had hopes of
**winning**Nora Harrigan, optimistic he certainly must be. - You cannot quickly, I protest, In
**winning**this sweet child succeed.