But not effortlessly charming, which is usually the modifier when someone uses "charming" as an adjective.
On the summer programming spectrum, it skewed more towards “just plain silly,” sans the “but still curious” modifier.
The ‘Zionist’ modifier is crucial because it differentiates between the situation in Israel/Palestine and Afrikaaner Apartheid.
In Europe, chicory is not regarded as an adulterant—it is an addition, or modifier, if you please.
Y is a modifier of X, but unless X is present Y can produce no effect.
If I am sure is preferred as the modifier, its relation to the verb (will disappear) must be made unmistakable.
Electricity as a modifier of properties in turn throws flame into eclipse.
Love he regards as the creative power, the destroyer or modifier being Hate.
No modifier should be inserted between to and the infinitive.
The infinitive may have a complement or a modifier, as in the last four examples.