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enchant

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of enchant

  1. 1 to attract or delight as if by magic <the child actress enchanted audiences with her bubbly personality> Synonyms allure, beguile, bewitch, captivate, charm, fascinate, kill, magnetize, wile, witch [archaic]Related Words disarm, draw, entice, lure, pull, seduce, tempt; delight, gratify, please; arrest, enrapture, enthrall (or enthral), entrance; appeal (to), interest, intrigue; beckon, court, invite, solicit, wooNear Antonyms disgust, offend, repel, revolt; annoy, displease, irk; bore, tire, weary

  2. 2 to cast a spell on <out of spite, the jealous queen enchanted her chief rival for the title of the fairest one of all> Synonyms charm, bewitch, ensorcell (or ensorcel), hex, overlook, spell, strikeRelated Words curse, jinx, possess, voodoo; attract, beguile, captivate, fascinate, mesmerize, spellbind; entice, lure, seduce, temptNear Antonyms bless

  3. 3 to hold the attention of as if by a spell <the tales about the young wizard have enchanted children around the globe> Synonyms arrest, bedazzle, catch up, enthrall, fascinate, grip, hypnotize, mesmerize, spellbindRelated Words enrapture, entrance, thrill; beguile, bewitch, charm; absorb, engage, engross, involve




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