Thesaurus / enchanting
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Its descriptions of the land and the natural world are enchanting.
THE PERFECT SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY AND GENRE-BENDING TALES FOR THE CHILLY DAYS AHEADSILVIA MORENO-GARCIA AND LAVIE TIDHARDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Likewise, unlocking all the game’s secret nooks and caverns in search of those fruit can often be enchanting.
‘PIKMIN 3 DELUXE’ LOSES SOME OF ITS ORIGINAL CHARMMICHAEL THOMSENOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The “Dirty Computer” singer’s shape-shifting locks are just as enchanting as her vocals.
JANELLE MONÁE IS SERVING UP FALL HAIR INSPIRATION IN NEW PHOTOSJENNIFER FORDSEPTEMBER 4, 2020ESSENCE.COM
But mirth is enchanting only when the source of it is the intelligence.
MEMOIRS OF MY DEAD LIFEGEORGE MOORE
The front is upon the terrace of the gardens, and commands an enchanting view of all its beautiful walks and statues.
THE STRANGER IN FRANCEJOHN CARR
What Cleve Verney swore, and all the music he poured into those little listening ears in that enchanting hour, I know not.
THE TENANTS OF MALORYJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
Copper lustre, with its dark metallic surface; is enchanting on dark wood or coloured linen of the right tone.
THE ART OF INTERIOR DECORATIONGRACE WOOD
"But Stella Denvers is enchanting to-night," murmured Mrs. Ralston.
THE LAMP IN THE DESERTETHEL M. DELL
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