- (n) attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates
- (n) a verbal formula believed to have magical force
- (n) something believed to bring good luck
- (n) (physics) one of the six flavors of quark
- (v) attract; cause to be enamored
- (v) control by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft
- (v) protect through supernatural powers or charms
- (v) induce into action by using one's charm
- Diplomats and journalists insist as much on his charm as they do on his temper tantrums.
- Nearly everyone who meets Franklin Roosevelt pays tribute to his personal charm and graciousness.
- On the strength of Zachary Levi's nerd-babe appeal, the title character became a more competent supernebbish while retaining his everygeek charm.
- Dane Cook, comedian, paying tribute to departing American Idol judge Simon Cowell said, "You have the honesty of Abe Lincoln and the charm of the guy who shot him."on Jun 15, 2010 By: Dane Cook Source: TheRecordLive.com
- Carter, in a statement, said Bell's "integrity, professionalism and charm were greatly valued across party lines and presidential administrations."on Jan 5, 2009 By: Jimmy Carter Source: Los Angeles Times
- "Yolanda was lovely. She wore the mantle of princess, and she wore it with dignity and charm," Lowery said. "She was a warm and gentle person and was thoroughly committed to the movement and found her own means of expressing that commitment...on May 16, 2007 By: Joseph Lowery Source: Guardian Unlimited