- charm ► NOUN 1) the power or quality of delighting or fascinating others. 2) a small ornament worn on a necklace or bracelet. 3) an object, act, or saying believed to have magic power.► VERB 1) delight greatly. 2) use one's charm in order to influence someone.DERIVATIVES charmer noun charmless adjective.ORIGIN Old French charme, from Latin carmen 'song, verse, incantation' .
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Charmless — Charm less, a. Destitute of charms. Swift. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
charmless — [[t]tʃɑ͟ː(r)mləs[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you say that something or someone is charmless, you mean that they are unattractive or uninteresting. [WRITTEN] ...flat, charmless countryside. ...a charmless bully. Ant: charming … English dictionary
charmless — adjective see charm I … New Collegiate Dictionary
charmless — See charmingly. * * * … Universalium
charmless — adjective unpleasant, lacking charm Ant: charming … Wiktionary
charmless — charm|less [ tʃarmləs ] adjective FORMAL not attractive or pleasant in any way … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
charmless — adj. lacking the power to attract, lacking a pleasing quality … English contemporary dictionary
charmless — charm·less … English syllables
charmless — UK [ˈtʃɑː(r)mləs] / US [ˈtʃɑrmləs] adjective formal not attractive or pleasant in any way … English dictionary
charmless — adj. lacking charm; unattractive. Derivatives: charmlessly adv. charmlessness n … Useful english dictionary