meaning and examples of the Phrase

Charm the socks off someone

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[beat/bore/charm etc.] the socks off (someone)

if someone beats, bores, charms etc. the socks off someone, they beat, bore, or charm them completely.

He was one of those teachers who bored the socks off his students with his classes.

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