charm

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Synonyms for charm

Synonyms for charm

a small object worn or kept for its supposed magical power

an object or power that one uses to cause often evil events

to please greatly or irresistibly

to act upon with or as if with magic

Synonyms for charm

attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates

something believed to bring good luck

(physics) one of the six flavors of quark

control by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft

protect through supernatural powers or charms

Related Words

induce into action by using one's charm

References in classic literature ?
None but the ignorant deny' - a thick, heavy voice boomed through the darkness, as a figure came to rest squatting - 'None but the ignorant deny the value of charms.
Let the hakim and the young priest settle between them whether charms or medicine most avail.
Soon he discovered that one of the charms was labelled: "For flesh wounds," and this the boy separated from the others.
The charm you need is a needle and thread," said the Shaggy Man.
Her mind was every way equal to her person; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffused that glory over her countenance which no regularity of features can give.
I had undertaken, with my companion, to see it out, and I was under a charm, apparently, that could smooth away the extent and the far and difficult connections of such an effort.
It is true that there is always a faint foreign fragrance about her speech, no matter what language she is talking, but it is only just noticeable, nothing more, and is rather a charm than a mar, I think.
Without appearing to have heard the dialogue, of which she had not lost a word, she began again, giving to her voice all the charm, all the power, all the seduction the demon had bestowed upon it:
I didn't know there was a charm," answered Dorothy, in surprise.
He would cure people by the sheer charm of his manner.
The long story of "Their Majesties' Servants," treated thus, becomes from age to age an agreeable addition to those personal memoirs--Evelyn's, and the like--which bring the influence and charm of a visible countenance to the dry tenour of ordinary history, and the critic's work upon it naturally becomes, in the first place, a mere gathering of some of the flowers which lie so abundantly scattered here and there.
You charm me, you overwhelm me, you touch me to the heart.
We too are inspired by that love of poetry which the education of noble States has implanted in us, and therefore we would have her appear at her best and truest; but so long as she is unable to make good her defence, this argument of ours shall be a charm to us, which we will repeat to ourselves while we listen to her strains; that we may not fall away into the childish love of her which captivates the many.
Levin listened in silence, and in spite of all the efforts he made, he could not in the least enter into the feelings of his friend and understand his sentiments and the charm of studying such women.
We did our best; and I hope we affirmed our faith in the power of Hollis's charm efficiently enough to put the matter beyond the shadow of a doubt.