Definition of charming in English:


Line breaks: charm|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃɑːmɪŋ



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  • Used as an ironic expression of displeasure or disapproval: ‘I hate men.’ ‘Charming!’ he said
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    • Well that's charming that is! And I was going to give you that drink on the house too.
    • So what you are saying is that those who agree with you are right, and those who disagree are disgusting. That's charming.



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  • He is the owner of a fine home, a lovely and intelligent wife, and four charmingly spirited children.
  • Unlike so many other romantic comedies, this film is charmingly real.
  • The question is left open enough to be charmingly paradoxical.

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