Crossword clues for charms
"Charms" is a song written by Helen Miller and Howard Greenfield and performed by Bobby Vee featuring the Johnny Mann Singers. It reached #5 on the adult contemporary chart, #13 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #15 in Canada in 1963.
The song was produced by Snuff Garrett and arranged by Ernie Freeman.
The single's B-side, "Bobby Tomorrow", reached #21 in the United Kingdom.
Usage examples of "charms".
Her slender figure, her prominent hips, her beautifully-modelled bosom, her large eyes, from which flashed the sparkle of amorous desire, everything about her was strikingly beautiful, and presented to my hungry looks the perfection of the mother of love, adorned by all the charms which modesty throws over the attractions of a lovely woman.
She talked with much admiration of the charms of Madame, and shewed the liveliest interest in my stories of amorous adventure.
She then began to jest and toy, and though her dress was extremely disordered she seemed to think that her charms would exercise no power over me.
When she got back to couch, the towel came again into requisition, and she wiped herself all over in such a manner that all her charms were revealed to my eager eyes.
But all at once, playing the coquette, she gets angry because I do not conceal from her looks the very apparent proof that her charms have some effect on a particular part of my being, and she refuses to grant me the favour which would soon afford both relief and calm.
I longed to see Lucrezia and Therese, whose charms after five years I could scarcely recollect.
I experienced an ineffable joy in contemplating her, and in the midst of my happiness I called myself unhappy because I could not satisfy all the desires which her charms aroused in me.
Stuard tried to hold her, but her disorder increased in violence, and the coverlet was disarranged to such a degree that I could see the most exquisite naked charms imaginable.
I gave her courage, however, by dint of praising those charms which the white and beautiful hands could not hide, and at last I persuaded her to come and lie beside me.
I appreciated their charms, but I could not welcome them in the manner to which they were accustomed.
I was their screen as we sat in front of the fire, and I gazed freely on charms which they could no longer conceal.
I was struck with the budding charms of this pretty dancer, but as I was just then full of Therese, I did not pay much attention to her.
I was so absorbed in the contemplation of her charms that I did not notice the horse when it was brought to me.
I had no reason to repent of my submission, for I enjoyed the despotism she exercised on me, and the pain she must be in that I did nothing to her, whilst I would not let her see the charms which she held in her hands.
Scholastica, instead of being annoyed at my giving the preference to the hidden charms of Armelline, seemed delighted, watching what I did, and how Armelline took it, with the closest attention.