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charmer

Line breaks: charm¦er
Pronunciation: /tʃɑːmə
 
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Definition of charmer in English:

noun

A person with an attractive and engaging personality, typically one who uses this to impress or manipulate others: Joe, who had been such a charmer, had become irritable and lazy
More example sentences
  • That woman and a string of mistresses describe him as a charmer but also a manipulator with a propensity to control weaker-willed people.
  • However, the father was a charmer, with a suggested history of fraud and embezzlement.
  • He's a man who never does the right thing but somehow manages to win people around because he's a charmer.

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