Thesaurus / enchant

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Many people describe being “enchanted” or “transfixed” when watching a live performance or viewing their favorite work of art.

The result is a stable, peaceful blue light that lends its surroundings the feeling of wandering through an enchanted forest.

It was his one purpose to make a spectacle of this theatrical city to enchant the eyes of the empress.

His perfectly cultivated intellect could enchant her always.

Eve, when you have all these real young women to enchant your eyes and make desperate your dreams!

The bands I have never collected play all night long, and enchant the brilliant company, that was never assembled, into silence.

Library NotesA. P. Russell

The poor young men can resist no more; and her bright eyes, which enchant them, shine and sparkle as they see how the spell works.

Barn and the PyreneesLouisa Stuart Costello

The brightest of all the living writers whose office it is to enchant the boys.

He who could enchant such a people need take no care for the future.

That alliance of Car and her pretty little hands with Moloch Mostyn did enchant me.

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