Synonyms of charm in English:

charm


See definition of charm

noun

1‘people were captivated by her charm’

SYNONYMS

attractiveness, beauty, glamour, prettiness, loveliness

appeal, allure, desirability, seductiveness, magnetism, sexual magnetism, animal magnetism, charisma

wiles, blandishments, enticement

Northern English Scottish bonniness

informal gorgeousness, pulling power, come-on

archaic comeliness

ANTONYMS

unattractiveness

2‘these traditional stories retain a lot of charm’

SYNONYMS

appeal, pull, draw, drawing power, attraction, allure, fascination, captivation, pleasingness, delightfulness

3‘they seek supernatural assistance through magical charms’

SYNONYMS

spell, incantation, conjuration, rune, magic formula, magic word, abracadabra, jinx

sorcery, magic, witchcraft, wizardry

North American mojo, hex

NZ makutu

4‘he took the charms from his wife's bracelet’

SYNONYMS

ornament, trinket, bauble

archaic bijou

5‘he always carries a lucky charm’

SYNONYMS

talisman, fetish, amulet, mascot, totem, idol, juju

archaic periapt

rare phylactery


verb

1‘he charmed thousands with his singing’

SYNONYMS

delight, please, win, win over, appeal to, attract, captivate, allure, lure, draw, dazzle, fascinate, bewitch, beguile, enchant, enthral, enrapture, enamour, seduce, ravish, hypnotize, mesmerize, spellbind, transfix, rivet, grip

rare rapture

ANTONYMS

repel

2‘he charmed his mother into letting him have his own way’

SYNONYMS

coax, cajole, wheedle

woo

informal sweet-talk, soft-soap

archaic blandish