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What is the opposite of charm?

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Opposite of the power or quality of delighting, attracting or fascinating others
“He was noted for the hoarseness acquired by a habit of constant vociferation, from which we may infer that the repulsiveness of his character was heightened by frequent irritability.”
Opposite of an object kept or worn to ward off evil and bring good luck
“It was claimed that the jewelry he possessed as a family heirloom contained a jinx that marred his football career.”
Opposite of the use of witchcraft or magic arts
Opposite of the state or quality of being affable, friendly, or approachable
Opposite of courteousness and refinement of manner
Opposite of something attributive that is pleasing to the senses
“The clash of contemporary ugliness with ancient beauty is a tripwire I often stumble on.”
Opposite of a spell or hold
“Another key came in the testimony under immunity of two men who said they were with the suspect the night of the shooting.”
Opposite of behaviour that is respectful and considerate of other people
Opposite of an attribute of a thing or person
“Entrepreneurs were seen as chancers, but the stigma of setting up a business and risking failure has lessened.”
Opposite of denotes a quality of being able to delight and fascinate
“A set of inconsequential random and rare moments of happiness joined together by swathes of mundaneness.”
Opposite of a quality or ability to evoke interest in, or liking for someone or something
“We may end up missing the grounding reasons for our repulsion towards certain behaviors because we never acknowledge the deep-seated human traits being violated.”
Opposite of a magical word or phrase uttered with the intention of bringing about evil
Opposite of the performance of tricks that are seemingly magical
Opposite of to delight greatly, especially with a performance
“That's all I wanted to do, not thinking that I would make waves, change minds, excite people, incite people, turn on people, repulse people.”
Opposite of to convince, influence or obtain using personal charm
“He met the woman via the internet, and then shortly after a few dates, she began to overtly bully him into moving in with her.”
Opposite of to cause someone to feel attraction by personal charm
“She'd always been smart enough, but in a practical way that seemed to repel men.”
Opposite of to cast a magical charm or spell on
“We need to get down to Titania's terrarium and find a way to dispel the curse on you.”
Opposite of to entice, especially by offering something desirable but keeping it out of reach
Opposite of to praise or compliment, typically excessively or insincerely
Opposite of to enthrall, charm or captivate
“I was in very good company, and managed to bore some extremely nice people to death.”
Opposite of to delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
“The room had become deathly quiet, each crew member standing erectly as not to further displease their captain.”
Opposite of to convince, or cause to believe, through flattery
“Had Grampion been imperious or improper, her arsenal would have been adequate to repel his advances, but he was simply gentlemanly.”
Opposite of to attract or seduce someone
“She had no interest in Wade and would often reject his advances.”
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