delightful in a playful way which avoids responsibility or seriousness, as if attracting through a magical charm (adjective)
Present participle of charm. (verb)
Examples of word charming
'And I think it is _most_ charming, Mister Lushington; and I remember me now that Lady Fanny Errol, poor thing, said it would be a _charming_ sight.
I started getting sick all the time, had trouble sleeping and just wasnâ€™t my usualâ€¦..charmingâ€¦.yeah, weâ€™ll go with charming self.
Calling a video game cute is like calling a house charming in the real estate section of the newspaper, meaning that like charming is code for tiny, cute is usually code for a game for kids.
Here they reÃ«mbarked, following a river of wonderful windings, and through a series of magnificent and beautiful lakes, and through a country which they described as charming in the extreme, until they entered the magnificent expanse of Green Bay, at its southern extremity.
But Benedict, however "charming," is still stifling theologians who challenge ideas about Catholicism, says Thomas Reese, a Jesuit priest and former editor of the Jesuit-owned magazine America.