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  • adj. unpleasant, lacking charm

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Destitute of charms.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Destitute of charms; unattractive.


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charm +‎ -less


  • Woods's demeanour through the 2011 Masters could best be described as charmless.

    Tiger Woods goes into new era as same old charmless man

  • There's the Cub Room on 47th, but it's kind of charmless and the drinks aren't well made.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • "crude" and "charmless" - you'd presume it was only the brave who would publicly declare their love for the show.

    The Guardian World News

  • The bad Mitch, as most Americans know by now, is the charmless and shameless hypocrite who offers up a steady stream of stale ideology and snarky talking points but almost never a constructive idea.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ungovernable America

  • Ashley Emerson was thin-voiced and charmless as Marie, an orphan raised by a regiment and rediscovered by her real mother, who tries to make a lady out of her.

    Glum Season for St. Louis

  • He seemed to the press corps a charmless bureaucrat, compromised by his links to the deeply unpopular Yeltsin.

    The Return

  • Gradually but unmistakably, East Asian restaurant owners have taken over a charmless Berlin street, and made it into Germany's most bountiful provider of authentic Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese food.

    The End of a Cold War Confection

  • However, Angle's vagueness, along with her charmless, trudging delivery, seem to be working, as she finds herself in a dead heat with Reid.

    Alec Baldwin: Harry Reid, Sharron Angle, and the Role of Government in America

  • This DVD included a bonus Pooh short from 1983, which was as plodding and charmless as the trio in this film were magical.

    2010 April :

  • But soon the summer adventure across the Channel began to turn sour when her host, an older man she later described as ugly and charmless, tried to get his hands on her.

    I'm not angry with Edith any more


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