enchanted

[ US /ɛnˈtʃænɪd, ɛnˈtʃæntɪd/ ]
[ UK /ɛnt‍ʃˈɑːntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. influenced as by charms or incantations
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How To Use enchanted In A Sentence

  • Ganesh offers her one of his enchanted lotus flowers so that she might visit Buddha in the sky.
  • Pet cheap plymouth hotels are disenchanted to refrigeration the medroxyprogesterone for pet phlogopite as the ingratitude of noncompliant for a pet are piggyback agamogenetic than june padding. Rational Review
  • She is both the discerning scholar from the West who has managed to keep a sense of perspective and balance in a diffuse narrative and an enchanted participant in the action.
  • Together, we have brought the house back to life, but preserved the idea of an enchanted garden. Times, Sunday Times
  • Further to this point, you may have noticed that we live in a world that is ever-increasingly disenchanted: quantified, privatised, desacralised and commodified.
  • I know you want to effect change, so what's stopping you and all the others who are disenchanted out there?
  • Our comfort is this: We will live out our lives enchanted by Claire, her spell never broken.
  • But because of his serious dedication to knight errantry, DQ is able to spin all of the outrageous things that happen so that windmills and wineskins are giants and the inn is an enchanted castle. Great Comedic Partners « So Many Books
  • The off-key singing of the congregations at Church and the reels and jigs of the Connecticut fiddle players enchanted him.
  • Her compositions featured decorative motifs inspired by nature, nodding to the mysterious world of fairytales and their enchanted gardens. Times, Sunday Times
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