Charming and Unpleasant

Charming

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Charming adjective – Having an often mysterious or magical power to attract.
Unpleasant is an antonym for charming in topics: attractive, captivating.
Nearby Words: charm, charmed, charmingly, charmer, charmless
Antonyms for Charming

Unpleasant

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Unpleasant adjective – Not giving pleasure to the mind or senses.
Usage example: the burnt pot roast had a very unpleasant odor

Charming is an antonym for unpleasant.
Nearby Words: unpleasantness, unpleasantly
Antonyms for Unpleasant
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Things that words describes

person charming person unpleasant person
manner charming manner unpleasant manner
character charming character unpleasant character
man charming man unpleasant man
Other nouns: individual, fellow, guy, woman, people, nature, place, scene, effect, moment, way, example, characters, personality, demeanor, names, ways.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Midsomer Murders In Dances With The Dead, a missing woman had half the village wrapped around her little finger, charming people of both sexes in order to ensure that she could maintain her comfortable, "free spirited" lifestyle without having to deal with unpleasant things like morals or responsibility.
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Unpleasant and Charming. (2016). Retrieved 2020, November 26, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/charming/unpleasant
Charming & Unpleasant. N.p., 2016. Web. 26 Nov. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/charming/unpleasant>.
Unpleasant or Charming. 2016. Accessed November 26, 2020. https://thesaurus.plus/related/charming/unpleasant.

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