charm the pants off

charm the pants off (one)

To please and entice one, often in an attempt to yield a desired result. The school really tried to charm the pants off me during my visit this weekend, but I'm still not interested in going there.
See also: charm, off, pant

charm the pants off someone

Fig. to use very charming behavior to persuade someone to do something. (Use with caution.) She is so nice. She just charms the pants off you. He will try to charm the pants off you, but you can still refuse to take the job if you don't want to do it.
See also: charm, off, pant

charm the pants off

see under pants off.
See also: charm, off, pant
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This car is going to charm the pants off anyone lucky enough to get their hands on it and push it to the max.
It seems musicals be an attempt about the North East don't always charm the pants off the Broadway crowds.
Twenty four hours after his much-anticipated one-night-only concert at the Dubai World Trade Centre was called-off at the eleventh hour due to a technical glitch, legendary Latino singer Julio Iglesias stormed back on Friday night to charm the pants off a sell-out crowd with stellar renditions of some of the most beautiful love songs every written.
The tight beads of bubbles and elegant label are a reminder that the Languedoc Roussillon's fine fizz can charm the pants off the most discerning drinker.
With her naughty bits armed with full nuclear strike capability, Li sets out to, literally and figuratively, charm the pants off the listener on the salacious, down-and-dirty single, "Get Some.
Set in LA, our star is the self-described "homeless, cardless and completely unreliable" male gigolo Nikki who drifts through life with barely a nickel to his name, yet the priceless ability to charm the pants off women.
In Entertainment Weekly magazine s Oscar Watch blog, writer Dave Karger said, "She s going to charm the pants off the Academy (behind the Oscars) and should have no problem scoring a best actress nomination.
And seeing Jeffry Denman charm the pants off the play's dopey romantic lead, a viewer has some idea what the discovery of Ray Bolger (who originated Denman's role) must have been like back in the day.
SAY what you like about the Italians' right to be staging big European games at the moment, but they'll never lose their ability to charm the pants off people.
They charm the pants off blokes but it is all designed for a purpose.
In A&E, Taylor's character is an arrogant love rat and his arrival means it's time to lock up the nurses as he attempts to charm the pants off anything wearing a skirt.
As anyone worldly would have predicted, they have failed miserably when it comes to the truly predatory, truly clever, or truly self-confident male: the academic equivalents of the Kennedys and Clintons continue to charm the pants off even the feminists and to live their lives with relative impunity.
2 -- 4) Above, Peter O'Toole tries to charm the pants off Jodie Whittaker in ``Venus.