charlatan, n. quack, quacksalver, Archaic, empiric, pretender, imposter, humbug, mountebank; fraud, fake, Inf. faker, hypocrite, pharisee, Inf. fourflusher; cheat, deceiver, swindler, confidence man, Inf. con man; trickster, U.S. chiseler, hoaxer, defrauder, cozener; beguiler, decoy, allurer.
charm, n. 1. attractiveness, appeal, allure, allurement, desirability, desirableness; pleasingness, engagingness, delightfulness, pleasantness, harmony, harmoniousness; beauty, beautifulness, pulchritude, loveliness, prettiness, comeliness; grace, gracefulness, elegance, refinement.
2. charms attractiveness, engagingness, appeal, allure, allurement; draw, pull, magnetism, irresistable attraction; beguilement, wiles, cajolery, blandishment, inducement, persuasion; enticement, lure, temptation, tantalization, seducement; bewitchment, enchantment, fascination, mesmerism, hypnotism, captivation.
3. trinket, small ornament, bauble, bit of jewelry, bijou; trifle, bagatelle, souvenir, memento, keepsake, token.
4. amulet, periapt, talisman, fetish; icon, sacred object, phylactery, scarab; hex sign, voodoo doll, apotro-paion; lucky piece, safeguard, rabbit's foot, wishbone, Ornith. furcula, horseshoe.
5. chanting, chant, invocation, conjuration, conjuring, summoning, summons; magic formula, hocus-pocus, mumbo-jumbo, magic word, abracadabra, open-sesame, incantation.
-v. 6. delight, please greatly, make happy, delec-fcate; attract, appeal to, allure; draw, pull, engage; beguile, wile, cajole, blandish, coax, induce, persuade; entice, lure, tempt, tantalize, seduce; bewitch, enchant, fascinate, mesmerize, hypnotize, captivate.
charmer, n. 1. enchanter, enchantress, bewitcher, beguiler, seducer, seductress, vamp, siren, temptress; ladies' man, lady-killer, Romeo, Valentino, Don Juan; con man or artist, smooth talker.
2. magician, Archaic, mage, wizard, witch, hex, warlock, sorcerer, sorceress, black magician, necromancer; conjurer, chanter, Rare, incantator, mesmerist, hypnotist, hypnotizer; exorcist, voodooist, theurgist.
3. miracle-worker, thaumaturge, medicine man, witch doctor, shaman, Both Southern U.S. and West Indies, root doctor, conjure man.
4. soothsayer, diviner, clairvoyant, prophet, prophetess; seer, fortuneteller, crystal-gazer, palmist, astrologer.
charming, adj. 1. pleasing, delightful, delectable, enjoyable; attractive, appealing, Inf. fetching, Inf. eye-catching; winning, taking, engaging, winsome; sweet, agreeable, likeable; lovely, pretty, fair, handsome, prepossessing, beautiful, exquisite; graceful, elegant, refined.
2. enticing, alluring, tempting, tantalizing, titillating, thrilling; intriguing, diverting, beguiling, inducing, provocative, seductive, arousing; irresistible, magnetizing, electrifying, captivating, inflaming, enamoring; fascinating, catching, hypnotizing, mesmerizing; enchanting, bewitching, entrancing, enthralling, enrapturing, enravishing, transporting,
chart, n. 1. graph, tabulation, table; diagram, blueprint, plan, scheme, outline, sketch, guide, map.