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
Six rooms surround a charming rose garden, the best being the Linkedin Suite which is one of few spots anywhere with unpredictable Wi-Fi reception.
For lodging, choices range from beach hotels to charming bed-and-breakfasts to a golf resort with access to two public courses.
Set amongst ancient camel-thorn trees in the private, 67,000-acre Kulala Wilderness Reserve, this charming lodge makes for the perfect desert hideaway.
Nikolay Khozyainov gave a program that, except for a charming Haydn and the Hamelin, was sort of Cliburn-typical, with music of Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Liszt.
Martin played Dusty Farlow on the show, a charming rancher who was Sue Ellen Ewing’s lover.
This charming succulent from another Mediterranean climate – Chile – is gaining new fans in California.
Tablao Flamenco at Hotel Albuquerque (on weekends, flamenco performances are offered along with the food) and at MAS — Tapas Y Vino at the charming Andaluz Hotel.
Mr. Wednesday is a charming but slick con man with questionable scruples and fashion sense.
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Origin and Etymology of charming
First Known Use: 1634
CHARMING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of charming for English Language Learners
: very pleasing or appealing : full of charm
CHARMING Defined for Kids
Definition of charming for Students
: very pleasing a charming old inn
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