[ US /ɛnˈtʃænt/ ]
[ UK /ɛnt‍ʃˈɑːnt/ ]
VERB
  1. hold spellbound
  2. cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
  3. attract; cause to be enamored
    She captured all the men's hearts
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How To Use enchant In A Sentence

  • Or were they the ones about his most enchanting moments and such ... mel in Fl Obama takes aim at Fox News
  • Ganesh offers her one of his enchanted lotus flowers so that she might visit Buddha in the sky.
  • Having a penchant for natural fabrics and dyes, he uses man-made fibers and chemical dyes as well.
  • That penchant for dressing bald rats in sequins and leather is a different story altogether.
  • The _saltarello_ enchants me; in this is really the Italian wine, the Italian sun. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Volume II
  • In fact, my computer is almost slower without my working enchantments on it.
  • DOES anyone share my disenchantment with a culture that seems to be growing of downright rudeness in business dealings? The Sun
  • (It is a geekly penchant to do things from scratch, but then this is not always unjustified.) Planet RDF
  • The wildflowers, many of which bloom in May, include waterleaf, wild ginger, red trillium, Jack-in-the-pulpit, smooth and woolly blue violet, Solomon's seal, false Solomon's seal, and enchanter's nightshade.
  • If you have lost enchantment, you are liable to divisiveness, intolerance, and aggression.
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