EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARMER
I will tell thee—I was in danger of losing my charmer for ever!
This is Wednesday; the day that I was to have lost my charmer for ever to the hideous Solmes!
My charmer has written to her sister for her clothes, for some gold, and for some of her books.
I was happy with my charmer, who told me again and again that with me she lived in bliss.
You shall not go away, you shall stay here and court your charmer.
I will not attempt to describe the night I passed with my charmer.
He sleeps with a smile on his face, but his secret is hid from the charmer.
If the charmer drew his breath the charm was broken, but three attempts were allowed.
"How happy could I be with either, were t'other dear charmer away," he sighed.
It frequently happens that the charmer is bitten and killed by his own snakes.
c.1300, "to recite or cast a magic spell," from Old French charmer (13c.) "to enchant, to fill (someone) with desire (for something); to protect, cure, treat; to maltreat, harm," from Late Latin carminare, from Latin carmen (see charm (n.)). In Old French used alike of magical and non-magical activity. In English, "to win over by treating pleasingly, delight" from mid-15c. Related: Charmed; charming. Charmed (short for I am charmed) as a conventional reply to a greeting or meeting is attested by 1825.