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charm Quotes

14 of the best book quotes about charm
  1. #1
    “The little girl who accompanied Mrs. Grose appeared to me on the spot a creature so charming as to make it a great fortune to have to do with her. She was the most beautiful child I had ever seen…”
  2. #2
    Charm was a scheme for making strangers like and trust a person immediately, no matter what the charmer had in mind.
  3. #3
    I can have oodles of charm when I want to.
  4. #4
    “Anybody can be charming if they don’t mind faking it, saying all the stupid, obvious, nauseating things that a conscience keeps most people from saying. Happily, I don’t have a conscience. I say them.”
  5. #5
    “I was good at being charming, one of my very few vanities. I had studied hard and practiced long, and when I applied myself no one could tell I was faking it.”
  6. #6
    “There still faintly beamed from the woman’s features something of the freshness, and even the prettiness, of her youth; rendering it evident that the personal charms which Tess could boast were in main part her mother’s gift, and therefore unknightly, unhistorical.”
  7. #7
    “You look so cool, so cool, so enviably cool.”
  1. #8
    “Paris also held on to Old World charms, with quiet streets seemingly unchanged since the last century. It was an age before the automobile had taken over the streets, and the romantic image of Paris became a cliche marketing gimmick.”
  2. #9
    “She’ll be struck by my good looks and charm and musical talent . . . Then she’ll give in and dance with me and follow me up to New York after graduation, to be my groupie.”
  3. #10
    “History has shown charm to be the final ambition of the leisure class. What I do find surprising is that the author of the poem in question could have become a man so obviously without purpose.”
  4. #11
    I can be charming. I charmed you, didn’t I?
    author
    Holly Black
    book
    The Cruel Prince
    character
    Jude
    concepts
    lovecharm
  5. #12
    “Nonsense! Laura, I’ve told you never, never to use that word. Why, you’re not crippled, you just have a little defect - hardly noticeable, even! When people have some slight disadvantage like that, they cultivate other things to make up for it - develop charm - and vivacity and - charm! That’s all you have to do!”
  6. #13
    “While Anne was not beautiful in any strictly defined sense of the word she possessed a certain evasive charm and distinction of appearance that left beholders with a pleasurable sense of satisfaction in that softly rounded girlhood of hers, with all its strongly felt potentialities.”
  7. #14
    “At least, not until she met Patrick Casey, who proved that the charm of the Irish was not just a
    cliche.”

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