Boring and Charming


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Boring adjective – Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest.
Usage example: I wish this book weren't so boring; I keep falling asleep whenever I try to read it

Charming is an antonym for boring.
Nearby Words: bore, bored
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Charming adjective – Having an often mysterious or magical power to attract.
Usage example: a charming man who had no problem winning women's hearts

Boring is an antonym for charming in captivating topic.
Nearby Words: charm, charmed, charmingly, charmer, charmless
Antonyms for Charming
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Things that words describes

person boring person charming person
character boring character charming character
man boring man charming man
woman boring woman charming woman
Other nouns: people, style, name, nature, place, couple, scene, way, characters, personality, game, story, voice, film, town.

Both words in one sentence

  • Rich Suitor, Poor Suitor Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day calls this trope boring, and gives Delissia Le Fosse a choice between three suitors: charming club owner Nick, eager young Phil, or poor but passionate Michael.
  • Literature / Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm However, Emma Jane mostly remains a Satellite Character and is not-so-subtly-described as being rather dull, somewhat bland, a bit boring and anything but as charming as Rebecca.
  • Prince Charmless The opposite of Prince Charming, a prince, or someone at least of high nobility, who is absolutely wrong for the heroine or Love Interest, because he is boring, shallow, or a total jerk (if not outright The Evil Prince).
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