Charm

Common misspellings for charm:

dharm, chari, pharmay, chrom, chruh, churh, charga, charp, chiuaua, charn, chare, chasam, charly, charma, becham, chamie, thearmy, chirf, shrim, charg, chormium, carma, charli, chalm, chiar, charmy, chamce, charr, charman, charie, carme, chemy, chimmy, thaim, cherome, charme, chamer, chatam, harme, chavy, chathem, charfe, chaka, chram, chumy, cham, charmin, chuahua, chiara, mechuar, achim, chreem, charbo, chargur, chash, cherl, chaim, carmar, chiari, chairm, scearm, chearch, chroma, chiuaha, chara, cholar, charta, charmg, chark, chuauaua, chaomile, chiuawa, chambe, sharm, chorme, charry, charce, cheard, quarm, ghrahm, lecharme, charsima, cahrm, carm, chytem, pharma, chabmer, chiro, shrm, charmig, chemi, sharho, chairr, charir, chhair, chasim, charch, yearm, chairy, scham, chaur, charka, chawk, chamf, chasem, chymo, chemo, chiauhua, chiawa, haarm, muchim, pharm, shaim, shawm, sherma, xharm, vharm, fharm, cgarm, cbarm, cnarm, cjarm, cuarm, cyarm, chzrm, chsrm, chwrm, chqrm, chaem, chadm, chatm, cha5m, cha4m, xcharm, cxharm, vcharm, cvharm, fcharm, cfharm, dcharm, cdharm, cgharm, chgarm, cbharm, chbarm, cnharm, chnarm, cjharm, chjarm, cuharm, chuarm, cyharm, chyarm, chzarm, chazrm, chsarm, chasrm, chwarm, chawrm, chqarm, chaqrm, chaerm, charem, chadrm, chardm, chafrm, charfm, chatrm, chartm, cha5rm, char5m, cha4rm, char4m, charnm, charmn, charkm, charmk, charjm, charmj, chrm, hcarm, ccharm, chharm, chaarm, charrm, charmm, kharm, gharm, cxarm, ciarm, chirm, cherm, chcrm, cha2m, chabm, chazm, chavm, chasm, c harm, ch arm, cha rm, char m.

Definition of charm:

Usage examples for charm

  1. Clearly he had charm.  Edward Caldwell Moore Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant by Edward Moore
  2. Have we not all felt the wonderful power of such eyes, at least, once in our lives, eyes that once having felt as it were, we always feel; eyes that charm us and bid us look and not forget.  A Heart-Song of To-day by Annie Gregg Savigny
  3. A man's watch charm!  The Clock Strikes Thirteen by Mildred A. Wirt
  4. There was a charm about the man for Alfred that was stronger than his dislike.  Watch Yourself Go By by Al. G. Field
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