UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtʃɑːrmɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(chärming)

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. what a charming little [girl, town, house]!
  2. a charming young [man]
  3. is always so charming
  4. is charming to her [parents, teachers]
  5. a charming place to [meet, eat, visit]
  6. a charming [setting, atmosphere, backdrop]
  7. one of the most charming places I have [been, seen]
  8. a charming [tale, story] (about)
  9. that's a charming [idea, suggestion]
  10. charming (gift) ideas (for)
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. an [alluring, enticing] charm
  2. a [discreet, special, sensual] charm
  3. has a [lot, great deal] of charm
  4. [displayed, showed] a lot of charm
  5. used (all of) her charm on him
  6. used her feminine charms (to)
  7. used her charm to [entice, convince, persuade, get]
  8. a [room, hotel, place, town, resort] with (great) charm
  9. was [wearing, carrying] his lucky charm
  10. is her lucky charm
  11. slang: Third time's the charm.
  12. (It) worked like a charm!
  13. Charms [hung, dangled] from her bracelet.
  14. a bracelet with charms
  15. a [silver, wood, gold, platinum] charm
  1. charmed the [audience, guests, princess, teachers, parents]
  2. charmed her with his [smile, looks, sweet-talk]
  3. charmed us with her [grace, style, singing]
  4. charmed by her [beautiful, radiant, contagious] smile
  5. was charmed to be [asked, considered, thought of]
  6. charm [a snake, serpents]
  7. charm a [bird, cat] from a tree
  8. charm a [raise, favor, promotion] out of your boss
  9. sexually explicit: could charm the pants off a [woman, virgin]
n as adj
  1. charm [jewelry, bracelets]
  2. launched a charm offensive (on)
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