Antonyms for charms

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But yet with all their charms I am still loyal to my own White Hart.

They are enchanted by other charms, and lulled into dangerous repose by other music!

He relies on his muscles and not on his charms, for support.

The Duke's song, independent totally of his dukeship, charms me.

The conjurer is employed to work his charms to keep off the evil ones.

And such was the sleep of Theodora: she was young and replete with charms, and, alas!

Eagerly he gazes on her charms; in thought he devours her inexpressive beauties.

His eye was struck with the charms of her person, and the amiableness of her manners.

The charms of Imogen had been in turn heightened with joy, and mellowed with distress.

But can there be any charms at an entertainment, at which you are not present?