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Synonym: personal appealpersonal magnetismSimilar words: militarismcharacteristicdismaltourismarisechartChart.charmMeaning: [kə'rɪzmə]  n. a personal attractiveness or interestingness that enables you to influence others. 
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1. Evil has charisma. Though people are repulsed by it, they also are drawn to its power.
2. On screen Garbo had this great charisma so that you couldn't take your eyes off her.
3. The President has great personal charisma.
4. He brought youthful energy, dash and charisma to the department.
5. A leader with real charisma is needed to revivify the political party.
6. How did a man of so little personal charisma get to be prime minister?
7. He has neither the policies nor the personal charisma to inspire people.
8. We're businessmen, good with people, lots of charisma.
9. He had little of Beatty's on-screen charisma - yet.
10. The horse appears to have great presence and charisma.
11. Nearly that many are devotees of Hitler's personal charisma.
12. Few Presidents have had the charisma of Kennedy.
13. So it was that her charisma and undoubted beauty helped to make her the first lady air correspondent in the world.
14. Shakur has charisma, and, luckily, the less thankless role: at least his character has a vestige of scruples.
15. In the pre-war years, his lack of charisma and poor judgement of men contributed significantly to tension within the establishment.
16. The shoguns themselves lacked the personal charisma of their early predecessors and divisions within the Bakufu hierarchy and Tokugawa followers increased.
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17. Jobs ran on instinct and charisma, and was kept at arms length by those who really ran Apple.
18. His lack of charisma and often unhappy persona will contrast sharply with Mandela's awesome humility, humour and stern paternalism.
19. But Bolden was a riveting performer of personal charisma and crowd-pleasing musical power.
20. She has that intangible quality which you might call charisma.
21. He was elected to power on the strength of his charisma.
22. He could never be a film star; he's got no charisma.
23. One strike against him as a candidate is his perceived lack of charisma.
24. With due respect to our father, a very nice man, Mum possessed all the charisma.
25. But not all choreographers had the means, resolute strength or personal charisma to forge such instruments of self-expression.
26. Such power may derive from an individual's physical strength, their economic resources, position, expertise, personal charisma etc.
27. Reverting to the earlier argument, the morality of their work is suspect, and with it their charisma.
28. The faint aroma of stale mackerel still hung around and did nothing for our personal charisma either.
29. By this time it carried the advertisements of a well-known whisky, and had lost some of its charisma.
30. McLaren recorded Duck Rock for a small, independent record label called Charisma.
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