Last modified on 26 July 2014, at 22:42

charmest

EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From charm + -est (suffix forming archaic second-person singular present tense)

VerbEdit

charmest

  1. (archaic) second-person singular simple present form of charm

Etymology 2Edit

From charming + -est (suffix forming superlatives of adjectives and adverbs)

AdjectiveEdit

charmest

  1. (nonstandard) superlative form of charming: most charming
    • 1993 March 3, Diana M Doan, “FYI Height Really Does Matter”, soc.culture.vietnamese, Usenet:
      But I have to say that I am NOT the prettiest, smartest and charmest girl you'll meet.
    • 1996 May 28, "somebody", “Top 10 VC and the others”, rec.music.classical.recordings, Usenet:
      I guess nobody would deny Brahm's D Major (Oistrakh/Klempere or Heifetz/Reiner or Zukerman/Mehta), or the charmest Bruch's G minor (Heifetz/Sargent or Zukerman/Mehta).
    • 1997 January 20, David Suarez de Lis, “USS EXCALIBUR: GAMMA encounters...”, alt.starfleet.rpg, Usenet:
      Meanwhile you follow this rules, Titi will be the charmest friend youl have.
Usage notesEdit
  • The standard superlative of "charming" is "most charming"