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Synonyms for charismatic

Synonyms for charismatic

possessing an extraordinary ability to attract


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Indeed, similarly to gospel writers, Pentecostals have discerned a charismatically endowed man of Spirit in Jesus of Nazareth; and as his followers, they seek to emulate the same.
At the age of 86 the spark in his eyes and the determination in his voice, love for the motherland, from Pakistan's first sunrise till this moment, reflected in every gesture and ardent will to serve Pakistan in every possible way was charismatically mesmerizing.
To charismatically move 'beyond' or 'after' the human or humanism dangerously bypasses more complex readings of all-too-real and all-too-humanist metaphysics, along with its highly effective conceptions of species, race, time, space and, not least of all, knowledge.
The question then becomes why is the Christian cosmos not the only effective cosmological frame of reference for the Oksapmin, who belong to a variety of evangelical and charismatically oriented churches?
The 94-liner charismatically took the stage while his childhood photos were being flashed on the LED screen.
But it was baritone Elliot Madore, as Arenas, who charismatically held the show together, singing beautifully and tirelessly, making every word clear (despite some oddly exaggerated vowels), and persuasively embodying three decades of a too-short but remarkably eventful life.
Such masculine qualities, so charismatically articulated by these loyal republicans, have been theorized as early modern ideals of honor and heroism.
Cage, played charismatically by Mike Colter, knows he can take down those who are bringing problems to his city, like the sophisticated gangster Cottonmouth (Mahershala Ali) and corrupt politician Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard), but not without possibly sacrificing those he has become close to, who he learns quickly aren't as invulnerable as he is.
I grew up with no false hope that a certain charismatically dimpled, ginger chef, as well as Mexican food culture thief, and exploiter of Americans' weakness for all things sweet--could run a restaurant on those qualities alons.
(35) As Merleau-Ponty puts it, perhaps less charismatically: "the coupling with an Umwelt ...
In the gesture of coercing the spirits with a magic formula, not requesting anything from them, it is assured to get an intervention from them that goes in the direction desired by the customer and charismatically ordered by the Wizard (PIERUCCI, 2005, p.75).
Lauderdale, FL), charismatically inspiring and guiding the lives of generations of young men.
Thus, administrators are charismatically equipped rather than institutionally ordained.
His Reggie is a suave, charismatically volatile antihero calculated to inspire perverse admiration among younger male auds; his playfully eccentric inhabitation of the gay, mentally unstable Ronnie would, on its own, rep the more extravagant bid for thespian kudos.
This attempt might well have succeeded had not Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North so charismatically made the Reaganite case on the witness stand.