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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

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induce into action by using one's charm

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The only time it lets up is when the critics' lords and masters have to approach the charmless, rude, cocky, and humorless ugly Americans (and beg them) to bail them out against a period of national poverty or enemies bent on their destruction.
Entourage follows the careers and love-lives of A-list actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and charmless hangerson Eric, Johnny and Turtle (Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara).
But one unlikely and charmless man who has managed the impossible is one Piers Morgan.
Relying heavily on digital effects, it's slightly charmless but could while away a rainy afternoon.
For some reason, amateur cooks Jane Bennett and Justine Forrest (previously patronised and awarded meaningless stars by Winner) seemed happy to compete for the chance to cook, yet again, for the charmless presenter and, this time, an odd collection of celebrity guests, including the aforementioned Rodge, Kym Marsh, Andrew Neil, Christine Bleakley and superchef Giorgio Locatelli.
It's such a shame to see such a likeable twosome (Pegg and Dunst) wasted in such a charmless film.
WHILE endorsing the comments of Mr Horgan (Daily Post, June 13) on the charmless interior of the Bluecoat building (white walls, dropped ceilings, spotlights - to match the new shops, perhaps), may I take issue with his last sentence: "at least nobody has modernised the Walker yet").
Cherie Blair never curtsied to anyone, but that is because Cherie Blair is charmless and has no manners" - Lady Colin Campbell, author of Guide To Being A Modern Lady.
The stress levels endured during a twohour flight with that charmless lot would make it a fairer deal if they paid you.
The format--the men in cravats and blazers and then in formal wear, the women in outfits of dubious degrees of attractiveness--is as predictable as the delivery of the cast is largely charmless.
While historically people grew tired of the City, and went east--first to the soulless, charmless Canary Wharf, and then further afield, 'Bangalore, even Shanghai'--now the City is being revived.
The show, in which Alice, escaping a stressful home life, wanders through a predictable cycle of urban predators including muggers, druggies and prostitutes, is a plodding and charmless couple of hours.
Quite why she should choose to be so gracious about this dreary, colourless and charmless memorial that has cost an inordinate sum of money is a mystery to me.
Gourley and Sola, in particular, are wooden and charmless.
The Royal Ballet School has two divisions: the lower school, White Lodge, located in Richmond Park; and the upper school, currently in a rather charmless but serviceable building on Talgarth Road in West London.