Charm - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |tʃɑːrm|  American pronunciation of the word charm
Brit.  |tʃɑːm|  British pronunciation of the word charm


- attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates (syn: appeal)
- a verbal formula believed to have magical force (syn: spell)
inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese
- something believed to bring good luck
- (physics) one of the six flavors of quark


- attract; cause to be enamored (syn: beguile, bewitch, captivate, capture, catch, enamor, enamour, enchant, entrance, fascinate, trance)
- control by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft
- protect through supernatural powers or charms
- induce into action by using one's charm (syn: influence, tempt)
She charmed him into giving her all his money

Extra examples

He keeps a horseshoe as a good luck charm.

He fell under the spell of her charms.

The resort has many charms.

The inn has a quaint charm.

The island possesses great charm.

The new curtains add charm to the room.

The seaside location is a big part of the house's charm.

He won her over with his charm.

The snake was charmed by the music.

He was known for his ability to charm voters.

He charmed the committee into approving his proposal.

I was charmed by the cozy country inn.

She has enough charm to win anyone over.

She exudes charm.

The family were charmed with the new house.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: charm
he/she/it: charms
present participle: charming
past tense: charmed
past participle: charmed
singular: charm
plural: charms
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