charmed

[ chahrmd ]SEE DEFINITION OF charmed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARMED

Charmed, old man; deuced pally of you to stay by us down in that hole, you know.

Weary as she was, Hester was charmed with hers, and the more charmed the more she surveyed it.

People would be charmed with simple life, and me as universal provider.

That was the first flower which charmed my eyes as a child, and I have loved it ever since.

Meantime the more he saw of Lady Millicent, the more he was charmed with her.

With me the heart is no longer touched, when the imagination ceases to be charmed.

I cannot, however, but say, that I am charmed with your spirit.

But when Margaret played and sang, people were charmed in spite of themselves.

The court was both surprised and charmed at his sudden return.

"It's I who am charmed, I assure you," said Rose with equal amiability.

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