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- adv. In a charming manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a charming manner; delightfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a charming manner
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Step 1: Work in charmingly lo-tech paper-cut animation (a la early-season "South Park").
"I was _charmed_ with it!" said the girl, the word charmingly drawled.
Nor does it offer any sort of illicit visuals possibly conjured by the title; “dirty pictures” is simply what Shulgin calls the charmingly classic and precise molecular compound illustrations he draws on his amber-colored drug bottles.
O'BRIEN: There is a show now on MTV called charmingly enough, "Pimp my Ride."
A few weeks ago in London I caught up with Olli Turunen, the Coordinator of International Development Projects at The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation in Finnish, the organization is called the charmingly unpronounceable "Suomen luonnonsuojeluliitto".
Sure, to most people Hugh Grant looks like the kind of charmingly demure English gentleman who'd avoid conflict like the plague, but don't make Hugh Grant angry; you wouldn't like him when he's angry – or carrying some baked beans.
Fontenette passed from one typical phase of the disorder to another "charmingly" as the doctor said, yet he specially needed just such exceptionally delicate care as his wife was giving him.
It’s set in 1964 New York City, and the heroine can best be described as charmingly naive.
It passed "charmingly," till a door softly opened behind her, and she saw the shadow on the wall, and some one stood, and passed from behind her.
Loralee Windsor (as Duchess of Berwick) and Laura Morgan (as Lady Agatha) particularly, with a sly mother-daughter act, the Duchess "charmingly" riding herd on her cowed, eligible daughter