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Definition of: charm

(chärm) v.t.
1. To attract irresistibly; bewitch; enchant.
2. To influence as by magic power; soothe; assuage.
3. To influence the senses or mind of by some quality or attraction, as beauty; delight.
4. To protect as by a spell: a charmed life.

5. To be pleasing or fascinating.
6. To act as a charm; work as a spell.
7. To use spells or incantations. [<n.]

1. The power of alluring or delighting; fascination.
2. That which charms; beauty; appeal.
3. A magical spell.
4. A small ornament worn on a watchguard, bracelet, etc., for decoration, to avert evil, or to insure good fortune.
5. Originally, the chanting of a verse supposed to possess magical power; an incantation. See synonyms under TALISMAN. [<F charme <L carmen song, incantation]
Synonyms (verb): bewitch, captivate, delight, enchant, enrapture, entice, entrance, fascinate. See RAVISH. Antonyms: annoy, disenchant, disgust, distress, disturb, irritate, repel.

Definition of: charm

(chärm) noun Obs.
Singing, especially of birds; hence, song or melody. [ME cherme, var. of chirm CHIRM]

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