Examples of enchanting in a Sentence
visitors have long found the Highlands of Scotland to be an enchanting place
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Created by Kaya Doi, and translated from the Japanese by Yuki Kaneko, this enchanting story follows two pink-cheeked girls on a wintry woodland adventure (see right).
An enchanting pantomime villain performance was capped with the second goal in a resounding 3-0 success, testament to the new strength of character called for by Moyes on his arrival.
Stitched together 40 years later by director Bill Morrison, the resulting documentary is an enchanting slice of silent movie history from the turn of the 20th century, soundtracked by Sigur Ros collaborator Alex Somers' melancholic score.
Koehler’s re-creation of this lost realm — the Eden of the misnamed Coffea Arabica — is enchanting and tragic.
The volunteers decorate the performing arts center at Capital Christian School with an explosion of balloons, sparkling lights and an enchanting theme.
Directed by Ryan Snyder, the lavish visual begins with an enchanting view of the Port of Miami.
Despite the problems, Drake carried on and delivered an enchanting tour with appearances by Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott and Young Thug.
Where to Stay Just as magical as the residents, the hotels and B&Bs in Salem are truly enchanting.
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First Known Use of enchanting
Synonymsalluring, appealing, attractive, bewitching, captivating, charismatic, charming, elfin, fascinating, engaging, entrancing, fetching, glamorous (also glamourous), luring, magnetic, seductive
Antonymsrepellent (also repellant), repelling, repugnant, repulsive, revolting, unalluring
Related Wordsabsorbing, arresting, engrossing, enthralling, galvanic, gripping, hypnotic, hypnotizing, mesmerizing, riveting, spellbinding; enticing, tantalizing, tempting; exciting, haunting, interesting, intriguing, titillating; beckoning, inviting, winning; darling, delightful, pleasant, pleasing
Near Antonymsboring, irksome, tedious, tiresome, wearisome; abhorrent, abominable, appalling, awful, distasteful, hideous, horrendous, horrible, horrid, invidious, loathsome, nauseating, noisome, obnoxious, odious, offensive, shocking, sickening; drab, dreary, dull, flat, humdrum, jading, leaden, monotonous, pedestrian, ponderous
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