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  • noun Obsolete spelling of charm.

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Examples

  • Which when I saw I was greatly astonied: and although I was inchanted by no kind of charme, yet I thought that I seemed not to have the likenesse of Lucius, for so was I banished from my sences, amazed in madnesse, and so I dreamed waking, that I felt myne eyes, whether I were asleepe or no.

    The Golden Asse

  • Which when I saw I was greatly astonied: and although I was inchanted by no kind of charme, yet I thought that I seemed not to have the likenesse of Lucius, for so was I banished from my sences, amazed in madnesse, and so I dreamed waking, that I felt myne eyes, whether I were asleepe or no.

    The Golden Asse

  • With the publishing success in France of her novel The Season of Lillian Dawes (Sous le charme de Lillian Dawes), they were bringing out her first novel, Private Altars (which will be called Sanctuaires Ardents here), this fall.

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: On Location -- Liwan

  • For there it plainelie appeareth, that the adder heareth not the voice of the charmer, charme he never so cunninglie: contrarie to the poets fabling,

    Some Meme or Other

  • For there it plainelie appeareth, that the adder heareth not the voice of the charmer, charme he never so cunninglie: contrarie to the poets fabling,

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • With the publishing success in France of her novel The Season of Lillian Dawes (Sous le charme de Lillian Dawes), they were bringing out her first novel, Private Altars (which will be called Sanctuaires Ardents here), this fall.

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: On Location--Liwan

  • It had this bellevillesque charme and was your own … And here is Paris in the eyes of an American tourist, or “à la sauce Hollywood” if you prefer.

    moon

  • Not exactly socially awkward, I hope -- I love a party and a glass of champagne and practicing the art of le charme.

    Wednesday Martin: Talk to Me

  • Not exactly socially awkward, I hope -- I love a party and a glass of champagne and practicing the art of le charme.

    Wednesday Martin: Talk to Me

  • He was a really clever cat and certainly knew how to work his charme, we talked a lot, Stromer and I.

    Friends with four legs (or sometimes two legs or sometimes more legs) « Me, Myself and Other Things

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