en·​chant·​er | \ in-ˈchan-tər , en-\

Definition of enchanter

: one that enchants especially : sorcerer

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Examples of enchanter in a Sentence

in Shakespeare's play an enchanter creates a storm at sea that causes his rivals to be cast upon the shores of his magical isle

First Known Use of enchanter

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of enchanter was in the 13th century

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English Language Learners Definition of enchanter

: a person who uses spells or magic : a sorcerer or wizard

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to express emotion in a dramatic way

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