Definition of charmed
1 : extremely lucky or prosperous living a charmed life
2 : of, relating to, or being a charm quark
Examples of charmed in a Sentence
She has always lived a charmed life.
you must be living a charmed life if you haven't caught the flu that's going around
Recent Examples of charmed from the Web
SAN FRANCISCO - In some ways this has been just like any other season in Buster Posey’s charmed career.
The Anderson bomb set the tone for arguably the most dominant start-to-finish showing in a charmed season for the No. 1 national seed.
The new business is the latest note in the charmed and very unconventional life of Mr. Luckey.
Catch as catch can: David Ross, the charmed former Cubs catcher, is to work with ESPN's No.
Bold and complex but disarmingly humane, Mr. Sorey recently spent a charmed week at the Vanguard, playing brilliantly with the Vijay Iyer Trio.
Expansion set to slow as inflation spells end of loose policy Capital Economics says output gaps at ‘virtually nothing now’ Eastern Europe is close to turning the page on years of charmed growth.
Those with less charmed lives have had to resort to work in exchange for money.
Barrington senior midfielder Ellie Stodola had been having a frustrating season, while Naperville North had been living a charmed life.
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First Known Use of charmed
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Definition of charmed for English Language Learners
: very lucky : having good luck
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