Thesaurus / enchanting

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21 BOOKS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2021RACHEL KINGDECEMBER 26, 2020FORTUNE
Its descriptions of the land and the natural world are enchanting.
Likewise, unlocking all the game’s secret nooks and caverns in search of those fruit can often be enchanting.
The “Dirty Computer” singer’s shape-shifting locks are just as enchanting as her vocals.
These are the curiosities, the one-offs, the mathematical incarnations of the enchanting fossils and strange minerals that filled natural history cabinets in the 17th and 18th centuries.
But mirth is enchanting only when the source of it is the intelligence.
The front is upon the terrace of the gardens, and commands an enchanting view of all its beautiful walks and statues.
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.
"But Stella Denvers is enchanting to-night," murmured Mrs. Ralston.

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