Charming us with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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charm (someone) with (something)
To enthrall and interest someone with something. During my visit this weekend, the school tried to charm me with activities and future internship opportunities, but I'm still just not interested in going there. She's no fool, so you'll have a hard time charming her with money alone.
charm someone with something
to enchant or fascinate someone with something. He charmed her with stories of his house on the beach. She charmed him with her bright smile.
References in periodicals archive
Norman was a consummate professional, simultaneously inspiring us with his passion and ideas and charming us with
his wit and warmth.
Black flings himself into the role with gusto, charming us with
his outrageous posturing and tomfoolery.
The prime example of charismatic presentation came with last year's prize-winner, Gemma Jukes, charming us with
David Overton's Loch Mozart, but there was also a delightful display of poise and performing presence from Jasmine Sun in the first movement of Mozart's Flute and Harp Concerto.