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Definition of "charm" []

  • The power or quality of pleasing or delighting; attractiveness: a breezy tropical setting of great charm. (noun)
  • A particular quality that attracts; a delightful characteristic: A mischievous grin was among the child's many charms. (noun)
  • A small ornament, such as one worn on a bracelet. (noun)
  • An item worn for its supposed magical benefit, as in warding off evil; an amulet. (noun)
  • An action or formula thought to have magical power. (noun)
  • The quality of pleasing, fascinating, or attracting people (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

  • A pleasing or attractive feature (noun)
  • A small object worn or kept for supposed magical powers of protection; amulet; talisman (noun)
  • A trinket worn on a bracelet (noun)
  • A magic spell; enchantment (noun)
  • A formula or action used in casting such a spell (noun)
  • An internal quantum number of certain elementary particles, used to explain some scattering experiments (noun)
  • To attract or fascinate; delight greatly (verb)
  • To cast a magic spell on (verb)
  • To protect, influence, or heal, supposedly by magic (verb)
  • To influence or obtain by personal charm (verb)

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Use "charm" in a sentence
  • "And no matter how odd my request seemed, * charm so Lupin can't read* I didn't tell him why I wanted one, just that I wanted one * ends charm* he let me have one!"
  • "It sent me to the hospital, got me addicted, and now i have to come back sometimes just to make sure im okay. * charm so gin can't read*They also suggested me to go into drug rehab, but I don't think i need it, really. * end charm*"
  • "That we broke up. * charm so nobody can read* you don't know how hard/weird that is to say. * end charm* but anyways, heres what it said."