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Meaning & Definition of Charm in English

English

Charm

/ʧɑrm/

noun

1. Attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates

  • "His smile was part of his appeal to her"
    synonym:
  • appeal
  • ,
  • appealingness
  • ,
  • charm

2. A verbal formula believed to have magical force

  • "He whispered a spell as he moved his hands"
  • "Inscribed around its base is a charm in balinese"
    synonym:
  • spell
  • ,
  • magic spell
  • ,
  • magical spell
  • ,
  • charm

3. Something believed to bring good luck

    synonym:
  • charm
  • ,
  • good luck charm

4. (physics) one of the six flavors of quark

    synonym:
  • charm

verb

1. Attract

  • Cause to be enamored
  • "She captured all the men's hearts"
    synonym:
  • capture
  • ,
  • enamour
  • ,
  • trance
  • ,
  • catch
  • ,
  • becharm
  • ,
  • enamor
  • ,
  • captivate
  • ,
  • beguile
  • ,
  • charm
  • ,
  • fascinate
  • ,
  • bewitch
  • ,
  • entrance
  • ,
  • enchant

2. Control by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft

    synonym:
  • charm
  • ,
  • becharm

3. Protect through supernatural powers or charms

    synonym:
  • charm

4. Induce into action by using one's charm

  • "She charmed him into giving her all his money"
    synonym:
  • charm
  • ,
  • influence
  • ,
  • tempt

Examples of using

Black and white photos have a special charm.
Rome has a lot of charm for me.