charmer


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charm·er

 (chär′mər)
n.
1. One that charms, especially a disarmingly attractive person.
2. One who casts spells; an enchanter or magician.

charmer

(ˈtʃɑːmə)
n
1. an attractive person
2. a person claiming or seeming to have magical powers

charm•er

(ˈtʃɑr mər)
n.
1. a charming person, esp. one who uses his or her personal charm to influence or persuade others: Her son is a real charmer.
2. a person who uses charms or spells.
[1340–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.charmer - someone with an assured and ingratiating mannercharmer - someone with an assured and ingratiating manner
dissembler, dissimulator, hypocrite, phoney, phony, pretender - a person who professes beliefs and opinions that he or she does not hold in order to conceal his or her real feelings or motives
2.charmer - a person who charms others (usually by personal attractiveness)charmer - a person who charms others (usually by personal attractiveness)
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
heartbreaker - a charming person who is irresponsible in emotional relationships

charmer

noun
One that seduces:
Translations

charmer

[ˈtʃɑːməʳ] Npersona f encantadora

charmer

[ˈtʃɑːrr] ncharmeur/euse m/f

charmer

n to be a real charmerwirklich charmant sein

charmer

[ˈtʃɑːməʳ] npersona affascinante
References in classic literature ?
And there were lovely horses and animals in cages, and clowns on horseback; and at the very end came a little red and gold chariot drawn by two ponies, and in it, sitting on a velvet cushion, was the snake charmer, all dressed in satin and spangles.
When I saw my charmer thus come in accompanied by a cavalier, I seemed to hear a hiss, and the green snake of jealousy, rising on undulating coils from the moonlit balcony, glided within my waistcoat, and ate its way in two minutes to my heart's core.
His companion, after this, ceased to pay any attention to the curiosities of Chillon or the beauties of the lake; she opened fire upon the mysterious charmer in Geneva whom she appeared to have instantly taken it for granted that he was hurrying back to see.
It was not here that Charles Strickland lived in guilty splendour with the unknown charmer for whose sake he had abandoned honour and duty.
By the way, my charmer, have you seen me in my archer's ceremonial doublet?
Lawson would become acquainted with some young thing and make an appointment; for twenty-four hours he would be all in a flutter and describe the charmer at length to everyone he met; but she never by any chance turned up at the time fixed.
If you love somebody, my charmer, that is not a reason to shut yourself up.
And you shall see my poodle, too: a splendid little charmer imported from Paris: and two fine Italian paintings of great value--I forget the artist.
To say the truth, having seen but little of this kind of wit, he did not readily understand it, and for a long time imagined Mr Northerton had really mistaken his charmer for some other.
Carriages and opera-boxes, thought he; fancy being seen in them by the side of such a mahogany charmer as that
Even Mr Tappertit, though occupied as we have seen in gazing at his heart's delight, could not wholly divert his thoughts from the voice of the other charmer.
As with a set purpose of implying a misgiving that if nourished upon similar meats, she might come to be like that charmer, which would be a fatal consummation.