Definition of Outcharms

1. outcharm [v] - See also: outcharm



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcharms

outcaught
outcavil
outcaviled
outcaviling
outcavilled
outcavilling
outcavils
outcept
outcharge
outcharged
outcharges
outcharging
outcharm
outcharmed
outcharming
outcharms (current term)
outcheat
outcheated
outcheating
outcheats
outcheer
outcheered
outcheering
outchid
outchidden
outchide
outchided
outchides
outchiding
outcities

Literary usage of Outcharms

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1. The British poets, including translations by British poets (1822)
"... The words fall feathery, like descending dew ; The softening accents e'en in utterance die, And the tongue's sweetness here outcharms the eye, ..."

2. The Lead of Honour by Norval Richardson (1910)
"$1.50 " Here we have a book as human as ' David Harum,' a heroine who outcharms a dozen princesses of ..."

3. Miss Billy's Decision by Eleanor Hodgman Porter (1912)
"$1.50 " Here we have a book as human as ' David Harum,' a heroine who outcharms a dozen princesses of fiction, and reminds you of some sweet girl you know, ..."

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