charm[ chahrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF charm
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARM
The charm of the place does not lie so much in detail as in broad effects.
The charm of it all, the deathless charm and the astounding veracity!
I knew—I begin to understand him so well—just how he felt the charm of everything.
No other form of verse has, therefore, in so great a degree, the charm of freshness.
The charm that held us to this rough place was the abundance of game.
Nothing can exceed the freshness and charm of our homeward walk.
The music with which we charm the serpents guarding another's treasure.
I wonder how he'd look without it, and if most of the charm would be gone?
But according to Letty he was something superhuman in poise and charm.
With the clash of our spells, no charm can redress our fate.