A different manner in a protesting male would have charmed her better.
A day earlier the contrast would have charmed him.
It would be charming to sleep badly — when — near you — and to be awakened by the crowing of the cocks.
Her mouth would be charming if she ever smiled, but exposed as she is to the ridiculous whims and fancies of a capricious mistress, her lips rarely relax from their ordinary grave expression.
I thought it would be charming for her to know you — when I heard from her the extraordinary way you had dawned upon her; and charming therefore if I could help her to it.
She looked at the clock, rose, reseated herself, smiled at d’Artagnan with an air which said, “You are very amiable, no doubt, but you would be charming if you would only depart.
Rage or no rage it would be charming to be in love with her if there were no complications; but the complications were just what was clearest in the prospect.
Suppose a clandestine roof had tires and could neglect a blue spot suppose it was the end and three places were necessary a like view would be charming charming, charming weather.