'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs', the 1937 Disney classic, has lost none of its original charm...
The house had its charms, not the least of which was the furniture that came with it.
He was a man of great charm and distinction.
He even charmed Mrs Prichard, carrying her shopping and flirting with her, though she's 83...
The Indians, in turn, were charmed by the famous author's cultured and civilised outlook...
You can't force — or even charm — him into behaving differently if he doesn't want to.
...charming his way into the British Embassy in Teheran...
He charmed his way out of trouble.
He is good at charming money out of companies.
They cross their fingers and spit over their shoulders as charms against the evil eye.
...a good luck charm.
He figured out that you're lonely, like most widows, and he turned on the charm.
Economically, the policy worked like a charm.