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[ UK /ɛnt‍ʃˈɑːntmənt/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈtʃæntmənt/ ]
  1. a magical spell
  2. a feeling of great liking for something wonderful and unusual
  3. a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation
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How To Use enchantment In A Sentence

  • 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
  • If you have lost enchantment, you are liable to divisiveness, intolerance, and aggression.
  • From this perspective, the turn to an ontology of the psyche is the philosophical move that retains the space for metaphysical enchantment in an age of disenchantment. Psychology in Search of Psyches: Friedrich Schelling, Gotthilf Schubert and the Obscurities of the Romantic Soul
  • This glittering dust they produce differs from the components normally acquired by a disenchantment spell.
  • It is a transformation scene without a suggestion of stage carpentry or fireworks and there is something of enchantment about it.
  • Shanty says one of the reasons why the families are attracted to the idea of cohousing is their disenchantment with most of the residential estates built by major developers. The Jakarta Post Breaking News
  • In the laboratory of time, subtle essences of disenchantment and pessimism are distilled.
  • Part of this indifference is down to the current disenchantment with mainstream politics. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now, Obama's election promises revolved, exactly, around the hope of doing away with the objectivization of political life and its corollaries: disenchantment, voter apathy, and nihilism. TELOSscope: The Telos Press blog
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