charmful

charmful

(ˈtʃɑːmfʊl)
adj
approving highly charming or enchanting
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"Mouth so charmful, O tell me now, Why thy sweetness lures me so, that in thee all bliss is mine."
Geng, "Lepton angular asymmetries in semileptonic charmful B decays," Physical Review D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, vol.
Ur charmful exuberance and full of life style will forever be missed by all of us, RIP" filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar said on Twitter.
The nymph sings in order to "prove [her] charmful pow'r" (23), and the effect is impressive, "such strains as speak no mortal means" (28).
Similarly, in "The Sea-Nymph" Emily rewrites the myth of the siren; Emily's sympathetic nymph, though of "charmful pow'r" and "potent voice," is benign, rescuing sailors rather than luring them to destruction: "Neptune for this oft binds me fast / To rocks below, with coral chain" (181).