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- adj. Bewitched, under a magic spell (cast by a charm).
- adj. impressed
- adj. Having nonzero charm.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of charm.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as captivated.
- adj. filled with wonder and delight.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. strongly attracted
- adj. filled with wonder and delight
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It was for Beatrice that this man vexed his spirit with immortal effort and raised a Titan voice which yet is heard in charmed echoes.
Her expression charmed me, and I took the liberty of asking her if she were a Russian.
Unless the Direct proposal is "charmed" -- doubtful -- there will be developmental issues.
In Le gageur de trois commeres, a story taken from Bocaccio, a valet, who wishes to inspire in the husband the belief that a pear tree in their yard is 'charmed' - that is, that certain visions occur under it - in order to make love to the wife under the pear tree at his ease, with the husband looking on, thinking that he is not seeing what he is seeing.
Redford's career has been called charmed, and Pollack has said he has a really "smart nose."
How first he saw that form endearing, how sorrow seemed to part, how look, form, word charmed him Gould Lidwell, won
Near to it stood a large ancient beech-tree, known as the charmed tree of Bourlemont, supposed to be a favourite haunt of elves.
How first he saw that form endearing, how sorrow seemed to part, how look, form, word charmed him Gould Lidwell, won Pat Bloom's heart.
As with Mr. Harley and the pirate five, the mad grandeur of the idea charmed him.
Their absolute frankness and vigorous unconventionality of thought and expression charmed me.
Plunkitt of Tammany Hall: a series of very plain talks on very practical politics, delivered by ex-Senator George Washington Plunkitt, the Tammany philosopher, from his rostrum—the New York County court house bootblack stand; Recorded by William L. Riordon