en·chant·ment noun \in-ˈchant-mənt, en-\
: a feeling of being attracted by something interesting, pretty, etc. : the state of being enchanted
: a quality that attracts and holds your attention by being interesting, pretty, etc.
: a magic spell
: something that enchants <the enchantments of sailing>
Examples of ENCHANTMENT
- Our enchantment faded when we found that the house needed even more repairs.
- the enchantment of a snowy field bathed in moonlight
- He writes about the dangers as well as the enchantments of sailing.
- stories about wizards and enchantments
First Known Use of ENCHANTMENT
Related to ENCHANTMENT
- abracadabra, bewitchment, charm, conjuration, spell, glamour (also glamor), hex, incantation, invocation, whammy
- repulsion, repulsiveness
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