Charm in a sentence

Definition of Charm

To seduce, persuade or fascinate someone or something. | (transitive) To use a magical charm upon; to subdue, control, or summon by incantation or supernatural influence. | To protect with, or make invulnerable by, spells, charms, or supernatural influences.

Short Example Sentence for Charm

  • 1. There was charm in that clear blue gaze of innocence.
  • 2. Their very failures exhale a charm of peculiar potency.
  • 3. So, even my after-thoughts may have a charm for thee.
  • 4. I at once will undertake To charm thee with mine arts.
  • 5. A nameless charm flows from thy lay, Melodious bird!
  • 6. But as a matter of fact the charm of the place is only ripening.
  • 7. With them the great charm of this wild region is its novelty.
  • 8. There was no longer any charm in home; he was forbidden to think of it.
  • 9. To this was now added the wistful charm that sorrow stamps upon her elect.
  • 10. Romney happened to call, saw the charm of the decoration, and saw his picture.
  • 11. Vainly do I charm them away with my kisses; they come back again and again.

How to use Charm in a Sentence?

  • 1. Colour is capable of giving to objects a charm which they could not possibly have without it.
  • 2. There is a charm about the night side of nature that the town dweller can never know.
  • 3. The composition presents a charm that few ornaments do, and is worthy of careful consideration.
  • 4. About them as about the hidden village, there was the charm of mellowness, of unruffled serenity.
  • 5. So that if I ever went there again the place would still possess the charm of novelty.
  • 6. But fairy lore has ever a charm for me, and I bid him show me these same things.
  • 7. But that this charm be rent, the threshold passed, Tooth of rat the way must clear.
  • 8. Some lovelier wonder soon usurp'd the place, Chas'd by a charm still lovelier than the last.
  • 9. One glance, one word from thee doth charm me more Than the world's wisdom or the sage's lore.
  • 10. All the New England poets felt the charm of falling snow, and several have written on the theme.
  • 11. Nearly all possess the charm and guile that are special attributes of the professional black sheep.
  • 12. They had drunk too deeply of the same springs to offer each other the attraction of mystery, the charm of the unusual.
  • 13. It might be that he was under some cruel enchantment, and that this box contained the charm to break the spell.
  • 14. He received my apology with that intentional charm that is one of his most delightful traits, and resumed his discussion.
  • 15. Their autobiographic charm is increased by their novelty, for they give a view of ways of life of which but few particulars have been handed down.
  • 16. Yes, he had a charm of his own, and that charm had swept him forward over every obstacle to the place he had reached.
  • 17. But the undoubted charm of Joan's house was that she had taken no ideas from anywhere.
  • 18. Did Patty's charm for them both lie in her unlikeness to everything they had known in the past?
  • 19. Yet linger he did, and day by day her charm wrought upon him and wound itself round him and penetrated him until it seemed to become part of him.
  • 20. There was a charm about his spirit, and his ways, and his words, that won all that came within the sphere of its influence.
  • 21. There was a stern, defiant expression in her face, very unlike my ideal of feminine charm and lamb-like meekness.
  • 22. Though she could exercise when she chose a strangely passive attraction, her charm usually failed in the end for lack of intelligent guidance.
  • 23. He could discern pink and white and blue and gold; but the indeterminate shades, the subtleties and mysteries of charm were enigmatical to him.
  • 24. As though the words had held a charm to break the spell of silence, they were followed by a babel of groans, of outcries and entreaties.
  • 25. The moment I found myself out of the neighborhood of that strange picture, it seemed as if the charm were broken.
  • 26. The ways of the elder hens also enchanted them, and each of the fifty had a Christian name bestowed by reason of some peculiar charm or quality.
  • 27. She had lost much since then, freshness, innocence, the trusting heart and the transparent gaze, but she had lost neither charm nor radiance.
  • 28. Creeps there, as from the Gorgon's direful head, A petrifying charm through all thy limbs?
  • 29. Spielberg was a superb Jaromir, and I now understood that his fervent chest-voice might irresistibly charm the heart of a girl of twenty.