Such an outside could not fail of prepossessing people in his favour.
His appearance and manner were prepossessing, and we at once became intimate.
The country from Berlin to Hamburg is not prepossessing in its appearance.
His vanity on that point was, indeed, his most prepossessing human quality.
He was not a prepossessing boy, with his out-bulging forehead and stooping shoulders.
His appearance matched his temper and conduct, and thus was not prepossessing.
He was a man of about fifty, of prepossessing exterior, elegant manners, and intelligent mind.
"He is a person of most prepossessing manners," said Mrs. Merton.
He is far from prepossessing in personal appearance, and his Voice is disagreeable; and yet he wins your attention from the start.
Mr. Errett's personal appearance is striking and prepossessing.
1640s, "causing prejudice," present participle adjective from prepossess. Opposite meaning "causing agreeable first impression" first recorded 1805.