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Even journalists succumbed to Roosevelt's easy charm.
She is a woman of great personal charm.
They were reluctant to let us in until Sue turned on the charm.
Visitors are delighted by the village's more rustic charms.
The place held no charms for me – it was bare and isolated.
The building has been modernized but retains its traditional charm.
a classic children's tale that has lost none of its charm
a good-luck charm
This is the American English definition of charm. View British English definition of charm.
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