charismatise

charismatize

[kuh-riz-muh-tahyz]
verb (used with object), charismatized, charismatizing.
1.
to impress or influence by charisma.
verb (used without object), charismatized, charismatizing.
2.
to impress or influence people by charisma.
Also, especially British, charismatise.


Origin:
charismat(ic) + -ize

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