He was a tall, fine-looking man, thin and not badly made, but there was something in his face which did not prepossess one.
The first view I had of this individual did not prepossess me in his favour.
But again I ask, do not strive to prepossess me against him.
I saw him again, as you shall hear, but he failed to prepossess me in his favour.
prepossess by your air, address, and manners; persuade by your tongue; and you will easily execute what your head has contrived.
If you prepossess your mind with a theme, you do not give him an even chance.
Their thin and pallid faces did not prepossess me in favour of the life they were leading.
He was a tall, stout fellow, but of a low and brutish appearance, which did not prepossess one in his favor.
What we hear of Frisby Morton does not tend to prepossess us in his favor.
His countenance wore a reckless look that did not serve to prepossess him with the people at whose mercy he stood.