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Frank J. Wilstach, comp.  A Dictionary of Similes.  1916.
 
Charm
 
                Charms
Like new-mown meadows, when the grass exhales
Sweet fragrance to the foot that tramples it.
            —D. A. Atterbom
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  Charm, like beauty’s goddess.
            —English Ballad
  2
  Sheds a charm, like to the fabled Cytherea’s zone, binding all things with beauty.
            —Lord Byron
  3
  Charms, as resistless as the fascinating Egyptian, for which Anthony wisely paid the bauble of the world.
            —C. C. Colton
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  Charms like gleams of opening Heav’n.
            —John Gilbert Cooper
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  Charmed like an April rose.
            —William Hartley Holcombe
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  Charming as a god.
            —Thomas Otway
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