Charmer [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Charmer:

There are many men amongst us who, in Scripture phrase, refuse to hear the voice of the charmer, charm he never so wisely.

Alfred was very much interested in the big snake and the lady whom the lecturer introduced as a snake charmer.

Thus it was—My charmer accompanied Mrs. Moore again to church this afternoon.

Miss Howe thinks I may be diverted from pursuing my charmer, by some new-started villany.

For, after all, what is there in her case that should stupify such a glowing, such a blooming charmer?

Away flew the charmer with this half permission—and no doubt thought that she had an escape—nor without reason.

And so thou wilt not wait upon the charmer of my heart, but upon terms and conditions!

Socrates said: Let the voice of the charmer be applied daily until you have charmed away the fear.

But Forbes had not yet reached the stage where a man resents the publication of his charmer's charms.

Disappointed, but not cast down, he bade the charmer adieu, and hurried away.