Examples of charming in a Sentence
a charming little café by the sea
a charming man who had no problem winning women's hearts
Recent Examples of charming from the Web
And for the right audience, the concept is both charming and novel.
The dining room is charming and intimate, and the six-course tasting menu features such knockouts as lobster balchao (seasoned with palm vinegar, mace, and red chili) and tandoori pineapple for dessert.
His bump of humor was as well developed as all his other charming characteristics.
Smooth direction and passionate performances make this a lively, charming take on very familiar source material.
Stroll the Venice Canals Venice Built in 1905 by a real estate developer inspired by the Italian original, the Venice Canal Historic District remains one of the most charming areas to take a scenic stroll.
On anyone else, the top might seem fussy, but Meier looks charming and confident.
Cinema will seemingly never run out of stories in which sons go in search of their missing/lost fathers, but if the results were always as charming as Joao Miller Guerra and Filipa Reis' ambling picaresque Djon Africa few audiences would complain.
The 1950s white tile with black trim was just so charming.
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- a charming old inn
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