Definition of 'talisman'
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The Sun (2006)
He is their captain and their talisman.The Sun (2009)
A true talisman is a player who does more than can be measured.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But it also needs to learn how to use mathematics intelligently, rather than as a kind of magical talisman.Christianity Today (2000)
Their lucky talisman popped up with a second-half winner to give them a first home league win since the opening day.The Sun (2006)
Many carry a lucky talisman; a gift from a parent or a lover, or some other object that has acquired significance.Times, Sunday Times (2008) The Sun (2014)
Portugal's talisman and captain began proceedings like a man determined to brand his name on the competition, but ended it wrestling with his twin personalities.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Definition of talisman from the Collins English Dictionary