Examples of enchant in a Sentence
The book has enchanted children for almost a century.
The beauty of the place enchants.
Recent Examples of enchant from the Web
Last year, many awards voters were enchanted by his triple-double average and celebrated his one-man approach.
The post, which went up around 2 p.m. on Sunday, was a GIF of the classic character Pinocchio being enchanted by the Blue Fairy.
The thousands of candles, the white horse, the meteor-sized ring – who isn’t enchanted by the possibilities for the sacred moment?
With a doctorate in economics and a degree in computer sciences, Markovich is enchanted by financial technology.
Just really masterful, vibrant, enchanting pop musicians.
Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Daffy Duck appear on the ice between each story, enchanting the Disney fans and adding some fun antics to the evening.
Biden seemed to have been enchanted by the teenager.
The hustle for thousands of colorful, plastic Easter eggs filled with unknown treasures is a tradition that has enchanted generations.
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Synonym Discussion of enchant
- students attracted by the school's locale
- an alluring smile
- charmed by their hospitality
- her performances captivated audiences
- a story that continues to fascinate children
- hopelessly enchanted by her beauty
ENCHANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enchant for English Language Learners
: to attract and hold the attention of (someone) by being interesting, pretty, etc.
: to put a magic spell on (someone or something)
ENCHANT Defined for Kids
Definition of enchant for Students
- … the Wicked Witch enchanted my axe …
- —L. Frank Baum, The Wizard of Oz
- The story enchanted us.
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