He was also known as a charismatic pragmatist—a “people person”—who was open to the ideas of others.
Social investors must look past charismatic front men and clever marketing.
The other was the charismatic first-term mayor of Detroit: Kwame Kilpatrick.
In his previous roles, the 26-year-old actor was like Vince Vaughn-lite—a charismatic, eminently likeable motor mouth.
He is not a charismatic speaker and often drones on about ancient legislative details.
On top of leading this movement, she was charismatic and funny and the camera loved her.
Then 45 years old, Robert Foligny Broussard was a raucous and charismatic Democrat from New Iberia, Louisiana.
He pops from the screen as a charismatic, occasionally messianic “human prism,” as Moss calls him.
Paul had in Corinth, contemporaneously with his description of the charismatic state of the church there, to denounce sad abuses.
I refer particularly to the charismatic organization and government of the church.
1851, in Bible commentary and theology, in reference to the operation of the Holy Spirit and prophetic ecstasy in the early Church (from the use of Greek kharismata in Rom. xii), from Latin stem of charisma + -ic. As a movement in modern Christian churches which believes in divine gifts of healing, etc., attested by 1936, reflecting the older sense of charisma.