enchanted

adjective
en·chant·ed | \ in-ˈchan-təd , en- \

Definition of enchanted 

1 : placed under or as if under a magic spell an enchanted forest/island : having or seeming to have a magical quality an enchanted evening A journey beneath a rig is an excursion to an enchanted realm. —Paul K. Driessen

2 : made to feel delightfully pleased or charmed I was enchanted, ravished with pleasure by what I saw. —Robert Garis His many previous works have attracted a loyal, enchanted following. —George Johnson Hollywood may be in a tizzy over the upcoming movie version of his … first novel, … but others aren't nearly as enchanted. —Steve Daly

Other words from enchanted

enchantedly adverb
… trying to provide one of the first-round upsets to which the public is so enchantedly accustomed. —Alexander Wolff

First Known Use of enchanted

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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