Utterly naïve and anachronistic it may be, but it's no less prepossessing and pretty for that.
She is neither particularly prepossessing in her appearance nor outwardly warm, as even David admits remembering his first acquaintance with her.
He wasn't a very prepossessing sight: his neck barely seemed capable of supporting the weight of his head and his legs curved around in a small ball underneath him.
Adams had never been a physically prepossessing man, even in his prime.
He is physically prepossessing , with a ‘massive build’ simmering with ‘tremendous, dormant strength’.
In that portrait, now in the Louvre, Chardin looks more conventionally prepossessing : debonair, benign and smiling all over his face.
I've just looked at the pictures of the fish, and it looks even less prepossessing than it did in the flesh, so to speak.
The impressive group of works which forms the core of the exhibition is accompanied by others less prepossessing and of sometimes doubtful relevance.
I said, trying to score a point: ‘A pair of broken glass is hardly a prepossessing sight, they must have put it away.’
Not very prepossessing to look at but this hard, round hairy ball is so versatile you will never look at it the same way again after reading this column.