Palatable vs Charming - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Palatable is a related term of charming.
As adjectives the difference between palatable and charming
is that palatable
is pleasing to the taste, tasty while charming
is pleasant, charismatic.
As a verb charming is
As a noun charming is
the casting of a magical charm.
Pleasing to the taste, tasty.
- For some instant noodles make a palatable , if not especially nutritious, meal.
- The agreement was palatable to both of them.
* See also
, date=May 24
, author=Nathan Rabin
, title=Film: Reviews: Men In Black 3
, work=The Onion AV Club
, passage=In the abstract, Stuhlbarg’s twinkly-eyed sidekick suggests Joe Pesci in Lethal Weapon 2 by way of late-period Robin Williams with an alien twist, but Stuhlbarg makes a character that easily could have come across as precious into a surprisingly palatable, even charming
delightful in a playful way which avoids responsibility or seriousness, as if attracting through a magical charm
* (pleasant) dull
* (pleasant) charismatic, smart, witty
* (delightful) silly
The casting of a magical charm.
* (Thomas Middleton)
- They denied me often flour, barm and milk, / Goose-grease and tar, when I ne'er hurt their charmings , / Their brewlocks, nor their batches, nor forespoke / Any of their breedings.