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Synonym: magneticSimilar words: charismacharacteristicdevice characteristiccharitychariotmathematicsmilitarismdogmaticMeaning: [‚kærɪz'mætɪk]  adj. possessing an extraordinary ability to attract. 
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1 Martin Luther King was a very charismatic speaker.
2 He's unsympathetic, but charismatic and complex.
3 Like all truly charismatic people he can work his magic on both men and women.
4 Few were able to resist this charismatic and persuasive leader.
5 But as always,[www.Sentencedict.com] the charismatic Rundgren stole the show.
6 Charismatic, charming, he'd become a national hero.
7 Why charismatic leaders come to power.
8 Paul Moore said, and charismatic priests like Feeney and his brother Leonard were in part responsible.
9 Growth is often generated by charismatic leaders, who can not be produced to order.
10 Evangelical and charismatic church seem to be more successful in bring adults to faith.
11 But regarding 2 this teacher was not especially charismatic - in fact more self-effacing than naturally the centre of attention.
12 Dorothy Heathcote Because Dorothy is such a charismatic figure, many people thirst to see her on television or read about her.
13 His lifelong political rival, the charismatic, unlettered Eric Gairy, mocked Blaize's kindly manner as weakness.
14 Not an obviously charismatic figure, Mr Chan's principal qualities are those of a high-order bureaucrat.
15 Despite the recent successes of house churches and charismatic movements, the overall picture is unchanged.
16 I would argue that they are as charismatic as chefs and yet their skills are less tangible and harder to gauge.
17 However tame, these charismatic approaches still met severe resistance from the more cautious leadership of the established denominations.
18 Though immensely talented and charismatic, his success may be as much an accident of history as anything.
19 Charismatic renewal is a wonderful blessing for many and has brought a new vitality to worship and ministry in the Church.
20 Which just leaves De Niro, whose charismatic wise guy routine is disappointingly adequate and no more.
21 The Franciscans had a specially charismatic gift for transmitting their understanding of the inward nature of redemption.
22 He was chosen as President because he was a fully qualified, charismatic statesman.
23 And perhaps their finest stroke was the casting of rapper Ice-T as a heroic, charismatic crack baron.
24 A caustically witty and pugnacious man, Wade is a charismatic speaker who can keep a crowd spellbound.
25 Often, the people most committed to the use of charismatic gifts are those most inept in evangelism.
26 Although he detested journalism his Johnsonian manner and compelling character established him as one of Fleet Street's most charismatic figures.
27 Not even a bravura turn by one of the most charismatic actors of his generation can relieve the torpor.
28 There was little meaningful internal debate, simply the acclamation of the charismatic leader.
29 That and the fact that it lost faith in the nearest thing to a charismatic it had had since Rose Fox.
30 The Berlin intelligence scene was dominated by one of the most charismatic figures in post-war espionage - General Reinhard Gehlen.
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