But she was flattered people are calling 2009 the year of the woman.
And online, flattered men and women contacted by these matchmakers are receptive to the concept.
However, many Jewish fashionistas were flattered by the homage and Gaultier's good-natured admiration for the Orthodox aesthetic.
As a producer myself, I can safely say that if another producer said that about me, I would be flattered beyond belief.
Who wouldn't be flattered by the idea of someone reading their whole book out loud?
It was his hour, his moment, every sense was flattered and satisfied.
To Mali-ya-bwana, in his flattered and unsuspicious mood, this seemed reasonable.
He flattered himself that his appearance would win him favor.
The wood-sawyer said he would be proud and flattered to attend the citizeness.
He found an asylum in the house of his new father, whose temper was kind, and whose pride was flattered by this alliance.
early 13c., from Old French flater "to flatter" (13c.), originally "stroke with the hand, caress," from Frankish *flat "palm, flat of the hand" (see flat (adj.)). "[O]ne of many imitative verbs beginning with fl- and denoting unsteady or light, repeated movement" [Liberman]. Related: Flattered; flattering.