charm


charm
01. Her grandfather has a certain [charm] that all the ladies love.
02. The old house has its [charms], including a beautiful window overlooking the sea.
03. The audience was [charmed] by the speaker's friendly manner.
04. She always carries a rabbit's foot as a good luck [charm].
05. The little village had a delightful old world [charm] which was popular with the tourists.
06. The film is a delightful movie which has lost none of its [charm] over the last 50 years.
07. Sally was able to [charm] her boss into letting her take the day off.
08. Louise May Alcott once said that "stay" is a [charming] word in a friend's vocabulary.
09. Albert Camus once remarked that [charm] is getting the answer yes without asking a clear question.
10. Mozart once said that music, even in situations of the greatest horror, should never be painful to the ear, but should flatter and [charm] it, and thereby always remain music.
11. There is a Malagasy proverb which observes that a man finds many faults in a woman when he wants to divorce, and finds many [charms] in one's fiancé.
12. The tiny nation of the Dominican Republic still has the beauty that [charmed] Columbus when he first spotted the island in 1492.
13. The African nation of Namibia's [charms] are well known in neighboring South Africa, but outsiders have only recently discovered its beautiful deserts, and fantastic beaches.
14. The ancient town of Rye in South England is small enough to see in an afternoon, but so [charming] that many visitors decide to stay the night.

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