Charm [noun]

Definition of Charm:

enchantment, allure

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Sentence/Example of Charm:

More often than not, I’ll head out in the middle of the day when it’s 94 degrees and the city’s famous olfactory charms are at their most ripe.

In are local haunts that are long on charm but probably have no marketing budget or Instagram accounts.

Retro parks were designed to have the charm of an early 20th-century, baseball-only ballpark, with features like asymmetrical dimensions that mimicked the designs of older parks that had been constrained by building within city blocks.

Since charm quarks and their anticharm counterparts are among the heaviest types of quarks, it is also the first tetraquark to include more than two heavy quarks.

Many of them were delicious in the role; one of them was the embodiment of every womanly grace and charm.

Yet, if one looks closely, under the froth and foppery, some of the charm and perception of the man still shines through.

Feeling sixteen and very foolish, she sank to the edge of a chair and muttered something about the charm of the room.

Perhaps he is a little conscious of his charm; if so, it is hardly his fault, for hero-worship has been his lot from boyhood.

A great charm in Trevithick's character was his freedom and largeness of view in questions of competition.

The palace is small, and is distinguished neither for taste nor architectural beauty: its sole charm is its situation.