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2, She describes him as urbane and charming.
3, She's a very charming and very pretty girl.
4, It was a charming piece of music.
5, Her charming face was framed with raven hair.
6, The village is charming and the surrounding scenery superb.
7, He is polished, charming, articulate and an excellent negotiator.
8, Fundamentally, women like him for his sensitivity and charming vulnerability.
9, A smile is the most charming part of a person forever.
10, I think he's the most charming, most considerate man I've ever known.
11, They live in a charming house in the shadow of the cathedral.
12, Beneath his confident and charming exterior, lurked a mass of insecurities.
13, He's a charming rogue.
14, Your smile is charming.
15, He was a charming mixture of glum and glee.
16, What a charming young man!
17, They live in a charming old cottage.
18, He was gifted with a charming smile.
19, He was charming and urbane, full of witty conversation.
20, They found him to be charming.
21, She looked small and gentle and altogether charming.
22, She had married a charming but rather vague Englishman.
23, To begin with he was Prince Charming.
24, The hotel has a charming roof garden.
25, He can be charming to his friends.
26, He's a bit of a rogue,[http://sentencedict.com/charming.html] but very charming.
27, Beneath her charming exterior lies a very determined woman.
28, This brings a birthday message especially to say how much I love you and you are as young and charming in my calendar as before,and the extra year seems indeed to have improved your looks and grace.
29, Happy birthday to my sweetheart who is always so charming and good-looking.
30, In striking contrast to their brothers, the girls were both intelligent and charming.
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