[ US /ˈtʃɑɹmɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈɑːmɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈɑːmɪŋ/ ]
pleasing or delighting
a charming little cottage
endowed with charming manners
a charming personality
possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers
'tis now the very witching time of night
magic signs that protect against adverse influence
a magical spell
How To Use charming In A Sentence
- But the world is not full of exclusively charming and likeable people. The Sun
- One of these gentlemen just happens to be the madwoman's father, a charming chap who seems unfazed by most things in this day and age.
- Had such a nice time, it was really charming in a slightly run-down way and on a beautiful little lake called Stoney Lake. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR
- He'd come up with some charming excuse: he'd left his long filbert brush, he couldn't go on without it.
- A swarm of princesses totter on stage, got up like topiary on legs in every shade of scarlet, crimson, cerise, cochineal, each foolishly imagining Prince Charming must choose her as his red queen. Cendrillon; Rinaldo – review
- He was an immensely charming, kind, lovable man. Times, Sunday Times
- Brown, OTOH, is attractive and charming, with a compelling tie to the military – MASS National Guard Units (like everywhere) have been heavly involved in the wars over the last 8 years, and stories about them abound on local news. Matthew Yglesias » The Limits of Scott Brown
- I offered a charming smile of my own, showing pearly teeth.
- It was for them a blameless activity, and involved a charming motif of the new art. Times, Sunday Times
- ‘She's naturally flirtatious and not exactly shy about being charming towards gentlemen ’, says one who has experienced her allure.