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Synonyms for charmer

Synonyms for charmer

someone with an assured and ingratiating manner

a person who charms others (usually by personal attractiveness)

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Even Mr Tappertit, though occupied as we have seen in gazing at his heart's delight, could not wholly divert his thoughts from the voice of the other charmer.
Summary: Authorities say will wait for the reptiles to leave instead of asking snake charmers to catch them
27 -- The Wildlife SOS Rapid Response unit received a call on their 24-hr rescue helpline (9871963535) about two snake charmers that were spotted in a residential colony in Dwarka, Sector-15.
The earl's men and the Fork-Tongue Charmers follow the O'Chanters to Pest, and Rye finds herself trying to defend the island from her enemies.
Last month, a pair of cobras was caught from the record room by a team of four snake charmers after strenuous efforts.
Lauding good governance and development in Gujarat, Modi said that the youth of the nation have immense potential and they have changed the perception of the country in the world from a nation of snake charmers to mouse-charmers.
Each year, an estimated one million pilgrims visit Varanasi, where snake charmers are still found on its chaotic streets.
Long one of the city's main attractions, the charmers say they take care of their snakes A"like their childrenA".
UNEMPLOYED snake charmers have found new careers as wedding musicians after their animals were impounded.
Because the charmers rely on their age-old tradition to earn their living, wildlife officials are currently determining ways to provide the performers with alternative livelihoods while also establishing rehabilitation facilities for the snakes.
By blending the dance company with Moroccan musicians, acrobats, storytellers, and snake charmers, Sofian reveals the rich, diverse Saharan culture--from everyday interactions to the nighttime carnival mystique.
Furthermore, the term "cunning-folk" has come to be used as a generic term for pre-modern popular magical practitioners, but Davies restricts its usage to full-service popular magicians, thereby excluding the numerous specialists like charmers and fortune-tellers.
At your first fall sighting of these sprightly charmers, a smile is guaranteed to appear on your face.
Snake removal experts, called snake charmers, reportedly seized dozens of poisonous cobras at the airport following the incident.
The Darker Than Blue compilation features Lloyd Charmers singing Curtis Mayfield's version of the title song, along with Delroy Wilson and the Revolutionaries doing The Temptations' "Get Ready.