Examples of enchantment in a Sentence
Our enchantment faded when we found that the house needed even more repairs.
the enchantment of a snowy field bathed in moonlight
He writes about the dangers as well as the enchantments of sailing.
stories about wizards and enchantments
Recent Examples of enchantment from the Web
In any case, her enchantment with the movies was over.
In New Mexico, the O’Keeffe enchantment starts young; the quotidian world becomes sacred under the overwhelming sunsets and watermelon mountains and the constant smell of burning piñon and cedar in the air.
As Michell establishes with tantalizing concision in the pre-title sequence, Ambrose's letters home had taken a couple of drastic turns in recent months, from enchantment to mistrust to outright terror.
Starring Ballet Etudes in this beloved fairy tale, which involves a beautiful princess, a sleeping enchantment, and a handsome prince. 4 & 7 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday at Huntington Beach Central Library.
There was a sense of enchantment in the chant this time that, while helped by the setting, wasn’t because of the setting.
The sugary, violin-heavy score that elbows its way into virtually every scene might beg to differ, but its cudgeling chords can’t force enchantment when, improbably, Mary and Michael’s jaded passions are rekindled.
With their portal-like, sculptural presence and ghostly images, the chic works of this rarely exhibited suite seductively conjure the menacing undercurrent of both nineteenth-century occultism and contemporary mass-media enchantment.
Royal Caribbean also runs three-night cruises to the Bahamas from Miami, aboard the 2,252-guest Enchantment of the Seas: look for the line's signature active ship diversions like a rock-climbing wall, bungee trampolines, and a trio of pools.
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First Known Use of enchantment
ENCHANTMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enchantment for English Language Learners
: a feeling of being attracted by something interesting, pretty, etc. : the state of being enchanted
: a quality that attracts and holds your attention by being interesting, pretty, etc.
: a magic spell
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