- v.使先具有( prepossess的现在分词 );
He was not a prepossessing sight.
Clean clothes and good manners are prepossessing.
He / His appearance is not at all prepossessing.
The appearance of Frank Cowperwood at this time was, to say the least, prepossessing and satisfactory.
Outside the plant from January 28 th was a less prepossessing sight.
Clean clothes and good manners prepossessing.
Thus, unpleasant home remedies were my earliest experiences of healthcare, and I cannot prepossessing.
Growing up physically small in the shadow of prepossessing Kim Il - sung can hardly have been easy.
1. creating a favorable impression;
"strong and vigorous and of prepossessing appearance"