I have no idea how "polished attentions" can be "battering".
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I couldn't understand the meaning of this sentence (bold). Wish someone could give me a hand :)
"he is suave and His polished attentions were battering to a woman. He had inherited a title through his mother, a Russian countess..."
There is no mention of any woman before or after this sentence. Any particular person does it refer to? And what does "polished attention battering to" mean?
Thank you for taking a look :)
Last edited by xuguang_he; 26-Jan-2015 at 01:24. Reason: Add a picture
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JMurrah has given his/her opinion on this phrase in your other thread. To avoid confusion, I'm closing this thread.
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