noun. ['kɝˈɪzmə'] a personal attractiveness or interestingness that enables you to influence others.
- personal appeal
- personal magnetism
- χάρισμα (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
- χαρίζομαι (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
Words that Rhyme with Charisma
Example sentences of the word charisma
1. Noun, singular or mass
Hedgehogs may seem like they would be unlikely friends, but they are affable little balls of charisma.
2. Noun, plural
The key to selling the product is to get the right kid–he should have charisma and charm.
Quotes containing the word charisma
1. It's as if inside the White House the belief in Obama's inspirational charisma is still such that every time the ugliness of brute politics intrudes, it's a startling revelation.
- Tina Brown
2. Her lips full and inviting, she has an infectious laugh and glassy cackle in her eyes, and a 2000 volt sexual charisma that beckons me like a fluff girl on scuffed knees.
- Brett Tate
3. Charisma is the fragrance of soul.
- Toba Beta, Master of Stupidity