[ US /dɪˈsɑɹmɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪsˈɑːmɪŋ/ ]
  1. act of reducing or depriving of arms
    the disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete
  1. capable of allaying hostility
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How To Use disarming In A Sentence

  • He is disarmingly straightforward about his goofs and gaffes, of which he had plenty during his first go-round.
  • Their songs have a certain elegant charm and a quality of innocence that's genuinely disarming.
  • In ancient times they used disguise and subterfuge, but these modern warriors used an equally disarming trick. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her secret, it seems, has been a confluence of business savvy and a folksy but formidable disarming charm. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ryder's familiarity with the camera contributes to his disarmingly ingenuous presence, by turns determined and naive.
  • Trains lines were dynamited, and civilians were attacking police stations and disarming police officers and taking them prisoner.
  • It is not everyday that you find an autobiography so disarmingly direct and candid.
  • Cherry is disarmingly open with her emotions: warm and impulsive one moment, solemn and thoughtful the next. Times, Sunday Times
  • Around them are entwined canonic melodies of disarming ingenuousness. Times, Sunday Times
  • An urgent and then melancholy opening was unsettled by dark bass trills and a menacing fugal theme, only to be undone by the second movement's disarming simplicity. Pianist Till Fellner ends Beethoven sonata cycle with restrained refinement
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