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How to use enchanter in a sentence

A black cat could be nothing else than an enchanter, according to what I had learned in my childhood, and I resolved to watch him.
LABOULAYE'S FAIRY BOOKVARIOUS
The Enchanter did not recognize the King's Son without his hawk and his hound and the fine clothes he used to wear.
THE KING OF IRELAND'S SONPADRAIC COLUM
The King's Son turned his horse amongst the trees and began to search for the Enchanter.
THE KING OF IRELAND'S SONPADRAIC COLUM
He told him, too, how the Enchanter was changed into a wolf, and how the wolf carried away Sheen's child.
THE KING OF IRELAND'S SONPADRAIC COLUM
His knowledge of natural magic procured for him the appellations of enchanter, magician, wizard.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
At the same time the countenance of the enchanter fell, and his whole body quaked.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
His fame was gradually bruited abroad, and as years rolled on he became widely known as "the Enchanter of the North."
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
The hopes of the afflicted parents rose high as they listened to the wondrous tales told of the great Enchanter's power.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
She was moreover given money wherewith to propitiate the much-dreaded Donald—the stern one-eyed guardian of the Enchanter's abode.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
She satisfied her conscience by lading their ship with precious gifts destined for the propitiation of the Enchanter.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
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WORDS RELATED TO ENCHANTER

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  • brownie
  • elf
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  • fay
  • genie
  • gnome
  • goblin
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  • hob
  • imp
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  • mermaid
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  • nymph
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  • siren
  • spirit
  • sprite
  • sylph
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