Meaning of charismatically in English:



See charismatic

‘She charismatically relates how exposure to the process altered both her interest in photography and her experience of the subjects.’
  • ‘‘Hello, Josef,’ he said in his charismatically rough voice.’
  • ‘As he talked, he was learning, slowly, about the business and finding ways to charismatically talk to others so that he could hold their attention.’
  • ‘Most intriguing are the examples the authors provide of charismatically appealing, but markedly flawed business leaders.’
  • ‘Alan and Tommy are well-drawn, evolving characters, charismatically brought to life by Sullivan and Braun.’