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Alternative clues for the word charm
Kind of school
It's "more than beauty," in a Yiddish proverb
Jinx in reverse
Third time, say
The third time's said to be one
Attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates
A verbal formula believed to have magical force
Something believed to bring good luck
Flock of finches
Kind of bracelet
Word definitions for charm in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES charm school charmed circle ▪ politicians outside the charmed circle old-world charm ▪ The town has retained much of its old-world charm . oozing charm ▪ Andrew laughed gently, oozing charm . Prince Charming ▪ She...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Charm \Charm\ (ch[aum]rm), n. [F. charme, fr. L. carmen song, verse, incantation, for casmen, akin to Skr. [,c]asman, [,c]as[=a], a laudatory song, from a root signifying to praise, to sing.] A melody; a song. [Obs.] With charm of earliest birds. --Milton....
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 An object, act or words believed to have magic power. 2 The ability to persuade, delight or arouse admiration; often constructed in the plural. 3 (context physics English) A quantum number of hadron determined by the quantity of charm quark....
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1300, "incantation, magic charm," from Old French charme (12c.) "magic charm, magic, spell; incantation, song, lamentation," from Latin carmen "song, verse, enchantment, religious formula," from canere "to sing" (see chant (v.)), with dissimilation of...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates; "his smile was part of his appeal to her" [syn: appeal , appealingness ] a verbal formula believed to have magical force; "he whispered a spell as he moved his hands"; "inscribed around its base...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Charm or charms , or The Charm , originally from Latin ("song"), may refer to:
Usage examples of charm.
The idea had an outlaw charm that appealed to the absurdist witness who seemed to be sharing the experience with him.
In the midst of this inextricable mass of plants and sea weed, I noticed some charming pink halcyons and actiniae, with their long tentacles trailing after them, and medusae, green, red, and blue.
As a dinner guest at Fairhill during the First Congress, Adams was charmed.
All that was left of old Algiers tried to boast, in forced dumbness, of past glories, of every charm the beautiful, fierce city of pirates must have possessed before the French came to push it slowly but with deadly sureness back from the sea.
Her features were exquisite and her voice charming, while she made me split my sides with laughing at her Italian pronounced with an Alsatian accent, and at her gestures which were of the most comic description.
Orpheus and Amphion went a little farther, and by the charms of music enchanted things merely inanimate.
The noblest institutions in this part of Spain, the best inventions for comfortable and agreeable living, and all those habitudes and customs which throw a peculiar and Oriental charm over the Andalusian mode of living may be traced to the Moors.
I remember, a particularly charming plant, androgynous, you can see a lot of stamens and pistils, an androecium and a gynaeceum, if I remember rightly.
She answered with a charming smile, and after asking me to sit beside her she continued whatever conversation was possible in the midst of a game at cards.
Lbasa apso or a shib tzu-some animal that had at least the vestigial charm of a cat.
To German Field Marshal Walther Model, however, ordered to drive a quarter of a million men and thousands of tanks, trucks, and guns through the Ardennes in a matter of days, there was nothing charming about it at all.
Cordoba Avenue in Buenos Aires, the very place where the Russian Trade Minister Gregor Komoyedov had charmed the jackboots off the two Argentinian officers.
If the towers of Carthage and the sight of the Libyan city charm thee, a Phoenician, why, pray, grudge the Trojans their settling on Ausonian land?
Not only was she quite possibly the most beautiful woman in the Axumite empire, she had wit and brains and a charming personality to go with it.
I composed the other day, on a charming Ayrshire girl, Miss Leslie Baillie, as she passed through this place to England, will suit your taste better than the Collier Lassie, fall on and welcome.